Cashion Cain specializes in architectural history and the impact of new technology on historical preservation. Awarded his MS in Architecture in 2016, his professional experiences include conducting research on Roman archeological sites in England, working as a graduate assistant in architectural history, teaching an undergraduate studio writing course on architectural analysis, and writing research grants for pilot studies. His current research interests center on the use of virtual reality and 360 camera technology to improve architectural pedagogy.
“All the gifts which fortune bestows she can easily take away; but education, when combined with intelligence, never fails, but abides steadily on to the very end of life.”
- Marcus Vitruvius Pollio