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Assistant Professor Seth Holmes joined the University in fall 2013. He received his Master of Design Studies at Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from Roger Williams University, School of Architecture, Art, & Historic Preservation. He has a strong interest in global warming and his research focus is climate change adaptation in the built environment. He is interested in studying the effects on a building due to loss of power, lack of affordable air conditioning, and natural weather events. The new architectural engineering technology curriculum incorporates the topic of sustainability in the design studio to provide students with a greater awareness of sustainability and green living. Holmes is excited to bring more course content in sustainable design to both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Seth Holmes is also a practicing architect and principal at Benefit Street Design.