Frank Rascoe has over 24 years experience in higher education and commercial design; he possesses a Masters Degree in Architecture from Yale University, and a Bachelors Degree in Architecture from the University of Texas. Frank began his career in New York City, working as a Design Architect for Mitchell/Giurgola, from 1988-1993 before enrolling in the Yale School of Architecture. Upon his graduation in 1995, Frank became Senior Architect for Overland Partners in San Antonio, Texas where he designed and built higher education projects as well as numerous large-scale institutional projects for universities across the United States. In 2000, he then joined Jacobs, a global architecture and engineering firm, as one of six National Design Principles, where he worked on large-scale commercial developments, for clients ranging from USAA to the Federal Government. In 2011, Frank left Jacobs in order to found Rascoe Architecture. His design work at the University of Texas has been featured in Texas Architect Magazine, and has won local and national design awards. Frank is also a member of the Advisory Board for the University of Texas at San Antonio's College of Architecture, where he also serves as a visiting design critic and lecturer.