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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, University of Hartford

Design Faculty Responsible for First-Year, Second-Year, Third-Year and First Year Graduate Design Studio; Developing Curriculum Revisions for the new 4 +2 Master’s Degree Program.  Member Faculty Senate- Diversity Committee.

National Architecture Accreditation Board- Accreditation (NAAB) Coordinator

Curriculum Development, Designed and installed team room for accreditation visit

Co-Chair, (Crosbie/Davis/Sawruk/Cobb) “Architecture in the Democratic City.”

ACSA Northeast Regional Conference, October 2010.

National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), Faculty Advisor

American Institute of Architects Students (AIAS), Faculty Advisor

Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society, Faculty Advisor


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Hampton University

(First year, Urban Design and Thesis Coordinator)  Responsible for First year Design and Theory Coursework, Ancient/Modern History Curriculum, Third Year Design Studio, Advanced Architectural Theory Coursework, Study Abroad Program, Significant Expansion of Slide Library, Writing Departmental Self-Evaluation Report and Developing New Mission and Curriculum Revisions for the new  5.5-year First Professional Masters Degree. 

Co-Chair, (Chance/Sawruk) “Not White: Diversity in Architectural Education.”

20th National Conference on Beginning Design Student, April 2004.

Co-Char, (Sawruk/Kloster) “Architecture in the Democratic City.”

ACSA Southeast Regional Conference, October 1996.

Intern Development Program (IDP) Educator Coordinator, 1995-2005


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Southern College of Technology

Responsible for Architectural History Sequence, First Year

Design Sequence, Initiating the Study Abroad Program, Creation of Slide Library, Architectural Library Acquisitions, and Programmatic Requirements for Architecture Building Renovation.  One of three faculty recruited to help transition the AET program to an accredited BARCH program.  Full accreditation awarded spring 1994.


VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, University of Arkansas

Responsible for Architectural History I, Design VI,

Design I, Graphic Fundamentals, and Alpha Rho Chi faculty advisor.


INSTRUCTOR OF ARCHITECTURE, Drury College

Responsible For Foundation Coursework, Basic &

Advanced Theory Coursework, Architectural Lecture Series, and The Development Of The Architectural Library & Slide Library.  Hired to help develop an ACSA candidate program into a fully accredited five-year BARCH program.


INSTRUCTOR OF PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM, Carnegie-Mellon University

Responsible For Coursework/Instruction.


INSTRUCTOR of "Architectural Styles of Pittsburgh", Community College of Allegheny County

Responsible For Coursework/Instruction