Jadot A Marchman-Moosman is an undergraduate student with 5th-year standing in the Penn State Architectural Engineering program. In his studies, Jadot has focused on structural design, and is expected to graduate in May 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Architectural Engineering and a Minor in Engineering Mechanics.
Jadot also had the opportunity to gain some hands-on experience through the American Indian Housing Initiative at Penn State. In the summer of 2007, he was part of a team that designed and installed a low-cost solar water heating system for use on the Cheyenne Reservation in Montana. This project exposed him to negotiating problems in the design process, procuring materials and specifications from suppliers, and re-designing components of the system in the field.
In his personal time, Jadot enjoys playing music in an amateur band and taking full advantage of the many outdoor recreational opportunities in the area surrounding State College and the University Park campus. He enjoys hiking and biking in Rothrock State Forest year-round, wakeboarding in the summer, and snowboarding in the winter months.