Eric, principal and director of the student life studio at Ayers Saint Gross, is a national leader in the design of facilities for higher educational institutions, both domestically and abroad. With 27 years of experience, Eric is dedicated to the design and management of residential, dining, fitnesss, and student union facilities on campuses. His projects stretch from graduate housing at Education City, Doha, Qatar to West Texas A&M to Minnesota State University to University of Miami and the Universities of North Carolina and Virginia. Among Eric’s most notable projects are six new freshman residence halls and an admissions building at Emory University that have earned LEED Gold and Silver certifications. In addition to design, he undertakes strategic planning and programming for most of the student life facilities completed by the firm. Eric Moss frequently serves as a subject matter expert, having made more than 20 presentations for the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I), the preeminent professional association that supports and promotes the collegiate residential experience. Most recently, Eric authored an ACUHO-I on-line course for residence life professionals.