Professor Doyle teaches in the Design for Social Impact Program. Click here to learn more!

Michele Doyle, M.Arch.

Adjunct Professor of Interior and Social Impact Design

Leading Halstead Architects’ Marion office, Michelle (Armand) Doyle has worked in the AEC field since 2009.  Following her undergraduate studies at Ball State, Doyle moved to Dallas to manage construction teams at Habitat for Humanity – the largest US affiliate.  This hands-on construction experience, taught her the importance of high quality, cost-effective design which she employs in her architectural practice today.  

Doyle received her Master’s degree from Ball State University in May of 2013 after completing her thesis research on “Activating Space: Restoring Social Capital in Frazier Courts (a Habitat neighborhood in Dallas)”. Doyle’s design portfolio has primarily focused on multi-family and mixed-use developments, including multiple green certified projects, as well as, a project design award from the Riley Area Community Development Corporation. 

In addition to her professional practice, Doyle is an active member of the Grant County Young Professionals, Rotary, and Main Street Marion.  She is an adjunct professor at Indiana Wesleyan University where she teaches in the Interior Design and Design for Social Impact programs.  Her classes focus on the implementation of design software, as well as, the fundamentals of building construction.

MArch, Ball State University
BA, Ball State University

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