Sinem Mollaoglu, LEED®AP, CGP
School of Planning, Design and Construction
Associate Professor and Program Director, Construction ManagementHuman Ecology Building
552 W. Circle Drive, Room 201D
East Lansing, MI 48824
Area of Expertise:
Research Interests: Sustainable built environment, project delivery, team integration, organizational issues, teaching/education.
Bachelors: Bachelors of architecture from Dokuz Eylul University.
Masters: Master of Science in project construction and management from Istanbul Technical University.
PhD: PhD in architectural engineering from Penn State.
- Construction Management Education and Research Lab.
- Housing Education and Research Initiative.
- Inter-Organizational Project Teams for (I-OPT4) Innovation, Collaboration and Sustainability.
- Journal of Construction Engineering and Management Editorial Board.
- Engineering Project Organization Journal Editorial Board.
Sinem Mollaoglu (Korkmaz), is an associate professor and the program director of Construction Management in the School of Planning, Design and Construction at Michigan State University, and advises the Professional Women Builders Student Group. She is a LEED®-accredited professional and received her PhD degree in Architectural Engineering at Penn State with her dissertation on High-Performance Green Building Delivery. Building on her background, Mollaoglu has been working on funded projects to contribute to the improvement of information exchange patterns and performance of interorganizational project teams in the architecture, engineering and construction domains for delivery of sustainable built environments. Her leadership roles in academia include serving on the Editorial Board of the American Society of Engineer’s Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
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