School of Architecture, University of Maryland, USA

 
  • Title: Assistant Professor
  • Function: Teaching architectural design and building technology, directing and conducting architectural research, advising on national environmental legislation, expert witness, conducting research for major US government departments and national organisations.
  • Courses Taught:
    • Architectural Design Studios Architectural planning, design, construction and presentation at 1st and 3rd year levels.
    • Environmental Controls HVAC, Lighting, Acoustics
    • Solar Energy Practical applications of solar controls, constructing working models of solar systems.
  • Architecture Projects:
    • Recording Studio, Washington, DC
    • Jeffers Hill Housing, Columbia
  • Research Clients:
    • US Department of Justice
    • US Department of Health and Welfare
    • National Bureau of Standards
  • Research and Publications:
    • “Multidimensional Scaling Analysis in Architectural Research”. Journal of Architectural Science Review, 1973
    • Hospital Bedrooms and Nursing Units …a Systems Approach: The Writings. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Washington, DC, (US Government Printing Office) 1972
    • Law Enforcement Facilities: The Literature. Institute of Applied Technology, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC, (US Government Printing Office) 1972
    • “New Methods and Research in the Qualitative Evaluation of Architectural Acoustics”. Proceedings of EDRA-AIA Conference, American Institute or Architects,
      Washington, D.C., 1972
    • 1972 – 1973: Planning standards and design requirements for law enforcement facilities in the U.S. and Europe. Research conducted under contract to the National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC.
    • 1971 – 1972: A user survey of resident satisfaction in Columbia, Maryland. Research funded by combined Village Boards of Directors, Columbia.
    • 1971: A multivariate analysis of subjective responses to classroom acoustics. Research supported by a General Reasearch Grant from the University of Maryland.
    • A Classification System for Intermediate Care Hospital Nursing Unit Research, National Bureau of Standards, Washington DC, (US Government Printing Office), 1971
    • Nursing Unit and Patient Room Design, Report for National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC., 1971
    • 1971: Nursing unit and patient room design. Research conducted under contract to the National Bureau of Standards, Washington, DC.
  • Community:
    • Chairman, Columbia association Architectural Committee, Columbia new town, Maryland, USA
    • Chairman, Oakland Mills Architectural Committee, Columbia new town, Maryland, USA
    • Elected member, Executive Committee/City Council, Columbia new town, representing Oakland Mills
  • Guest Speaker
    • Princeton University
    • University of Kentucky
    • University of North Carolina