Cynthia D. Walston
The leader of the Science and Education practice group at FKP, Cynthia is nationally known for propelling research and science education design and mentoring her peers to keep raising the bar. Her work has garnered national, regional and local accolades including esteemed recognition from R&D Magazine’s Laboratory of the Year competition for her innovation at Texas Children’s Hospital Feigin Center. A graduate of The University of Texas, Cynthia received a career honor as one of only 28 alumni showcased in the School of Architecture’s 2010 centennial legacy retrospective, “Traces and Trajectories.”
Her recent projects include a new laboratory and office building for Texas Biomedical Research Institute in San Antonio; phase one of a new medical school campus for Texas A&M Health Science Center in Bryan, Texas; Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative in Houston; and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Rockefeller Cancer Institute in Little Rock, Arkansas.