Catalysts for a nature-based future
Nick Heier has earned master’s degrees in construction management and technology from the Del E. Webb School of Construction, part of the Fulton Schools, and in biomimicry from the School of Complex Adaptive Systems in ASU’s College of Global Futures. He hopes to use that broad education to contribute to nature-inspired solutions to infrastructure development challenges. He will be applying his knowledge to help shape the built environment for the 2032 Olympics in Australia and working with Biomimicry 3.8, a bio-inspired consultancy, with an ASU faculty member. Heier was an online student, but says he still felt connected to the ASU community, and was able to team with professors and researchers in his field.