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Ng served as a clinical assistant professor at State University of New York at Buffalo including one year as the Reyner Banham Fellow (2001-2002). She received undergraduate degree in professional studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, and has two master's of architecture degrees, one from State University of New York at Buffalo and one from Cornell University. She is currently working towards a doctoral degree in architectural history and theory at McGill University. Her area of specialization concerns architectural representation and the intimate relationship between ideation and making. Her current research looks at late 19th century universal expositions in France and confronts questions of constructed identities and their respective 'histories'.

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