New Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston team members.

Nicole Coker and John Murden

Nicole Coker and John Murden

Nicole Coker is currently attending Clemson University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in architecture. She previously worked at C&M this past summer. She is a member of the Calhoun Honors College and is one of five students that were accepted into Clemson’s IPAL program. IPAL is an accredited architecture degree program that gives you the opportunity to complete the requirements for architectural licensure while earning your degree. In participating in this program, Nicole will be completing part of her education in Clemson as well as studying and participating in internships in Charleston. 

John Murden is currently in his first year of the M. Arch II program at Clemson University, where he also completed his undergraduate degree in architecture. Currently he is beginning the Community Build certificate program this semester at the CDC.C. He is from Charleston and is looking forward to studying and working where he grew up. His grandfather worked at C&M in the 1960’s & 1970’s. 

John and Nicole are both taking part in the Clemson Design/Build studio while in Charleston. They will be designing and building a community garden and pavilion for the Wagener Terrace Community