Albina Hartner received a Master of Interior Design from the University of Florida in the Fall of 2019. Her research focused on designing K-12 education learning spaces with regards to the theories of Multiple Intelligences and Active Learning. She is a Fulbright Scholar and was the recipient of a Muskie Scholarship for the class of 2017-2019 from Uzbekistan. Albina received a Bachelor of Science of Architecture with a minor in sustainability and the built environment from the Polytechnic University of Milan in the spring of 2013.
Prior to starting her master’s degree, she worked on projects in Russia, Georgia, United Arab Emirates, and Uzbekistan. She loves working on developing conceptual designs in 3D and visualization programs. In her free time, she enjoys discovering Rhode Island and mastering new software for architecture and design.