MPhil (Cantab.) - 2011 - Peterhouse . Cambridge
BArch (Hons.) - 2009 - Schreyer Honors College . Pennsylvania State University
Research Assistant - 2008-2010 - Hamer Center for Community Design . School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture . Pennsylvania State University
Research Assistant - 2009 - Department of Engineering . Pennsylvania State University
Pawda is an editor of the Cambridge Department of Architecture’s Scroope Journal. Pawda has also previously taught design studios and worked in practice in Washington D.C. Outside the department, she is a keen rower for her college.
Pawda's research focuses on the development trends in Southeast Asian cities, with a particular emphasis on the influence of self-preserving and individualizing attitudes on the development of these cities.
Tjoa, P., 2010. Self[sufficient]Space: Reconciliation of Sustainable Traditions and Social Interests Through Critical Regionalism in Remote Indonesia, LAP Lambert Acad. Publ.
Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation's "Planning and Design Strategies for Healthy Living, Parks, and Recreation in the Pottstown Area" 2010. The full report may be found here: http://www.pottstownfoundation.org/pages/psu-report.htm
October 2012 Masterplanning the Future City - Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China
'Crossing Continents and Cultures: Architectural Re(production) and the Evolving Forms of Asian Modernity'
July 2012 Bali in Global Asia - Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia
'Bali: Indonesia's Feral Child?'
February 2012 The Postcolonial City - University of Leeds, UK
'An Investigation into the Complementary Role of Peripheral Spaces and the National Project in Forming Indonesia’s National Identity'
December 2011 TIIMI - Indonesian Embassy, London, UK
'A Study on the Role of Peripheral Spaces on the Urban Trends of Jakarta'
July 2011 Shadow Cities - Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, UK
'The Persistence of the Kampung'