Department of Environmental Design, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA
Title: Professor, Head of Department
Function: Administration of department (720 students), including staff, budget, resources and accommodation.
Architecture and Environmental Design Studios. Architectural and environmental design, basic drafting and graphic skills.
Environmental Systems in Architecture Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), lighting, acoustics, passive environmental controls.
Man and His Surroundings A general theory of environmental design.
Theory of Environmental Design The history and development of technological factors that have influenced the development of architecture.
Graduate Tutor Adviser to final thesis students.
House for Longer Life, 7th International Design Competition, Misawa Homes Institute for Research and Development & Building Center of Japan, 1982.
Honorable Mention (with Gary Coates), Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) National Educational Research Competition on “Teaching Energy in Design”.
Research and Publications:
1985 – 1986: Getty Art History Information Program Art and Architecture Thesaurus Project
1985 – 1987: Getty Art History Information Program Art and Architecture Thesaurus Project
“Adolf Loos: Theory and Works; by Benedetto Gravagnuolo”, The Manhattan Mercury, August 14, 1983
“Between Zero and Infinity; by Daniel Liebeskind”, The Manhattan Mercury, June 5, 1983
with Gary Coates, Teaching Energy in Design, final research report of the ACSA “Teaching Energy in Design National Educational Research Competition”, Washington, DC, 1983
1983: With Gary Goates: Teaching Energy and Design. Reasearch competition sponsored by Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Project awarded Fourth Place in national competition.
“Citizens Bank and Trust Building”, critique, The Manhattan Mercury, May 31, 1983
“Architecture from the Plains”. Series of five articles, The Manhattan Mercury, September 10, 1982 to April 10, 1983
“Streets for People; by Bernard Rudofsky”, review, The Manhattan Mercury, February, 1983
“Resettling America; by Gary Coates”, review, Mercury, December 5, 1982
1981: Fantastic architecture – artist’s representations of fantastic buildings. Research supported by grant from Bureau of General Research, Kansas State University.
Teaching Methods for Architectural Educators. Handbook of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Teachers Seminar, Cranbrook Academy, 1981
“Three Nuns and a Naked Man: Representations of Fantastic Architecture”. Paper presented to the conference on Design for Fantasy, Center for Urban Studies, San Francisco 1981
“Teaching Architecture is Like the Learning of a Language”Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture National Conference. San Antonio, Texas, 1980
“Microteaching, for the Development of Instructional Skills in the Design Studio”. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Improving University Teaching, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1980
“Columbia: The Architectural Committee. A structure for user participation in a new town development”. Paper presented to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, West Central Regional Conference. October, 1979
1977 – 1978: Development of a computerized catalogue of live recordings of classical music and acoustic analysis. Research supported by a grant from Bureau of General Research, Kansas State University.
“Learning, Teaching Styles and the Environmental Design Studio”. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Improving University Teaching. Newcastle, England 1977
1982: Conducted three-day workshop on Teaching Skills at East Central Region, ACSA, Kentucky.
1981: Chairman, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Teachers Seminar, “Teaching Methods for Architectural Educators” at Cranbrook Academy.
1979: Conducted Micro-Teaching workshop at Louisiana Technical University.
1979: Conducted Micro-Teaching workshop at University of Nebraska.
1978: Conducted two-day workshop on Environmental Controls at Division of Architecture, Hampton Institute.
1978: Conducted three-day workshop on Environmental Controls at School of Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
1975: Attended Time Management course, University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO