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Theodore Sawruk

Associate Professor

Architecture

College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
860.768.5763 HJG W205B
Education

Graduate Diploma, Architectural Association (London, England)

BArch, Carnegie-Mellon University

Experience

Teaching Experience

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

 

Work Experience

Upper landing assoc., llc. Residential Design/build | East Haddam, Connecticut

  • OWNER – Responsible for the design, development and construction of custom designed single-family housing projects.  Residences vary from small additions to 8,000 sq. ft. water-front homes and promote the regional Arts & Crafts style.

Designs by Joy, Inc., Residential Designers | Norfolk, Virginia

  • PARTNER – Responsible for the design and development of over 60 custom designed single-family and multi-family housing projects.  Residences vary from small additions to a 12,000 sq.ft. sea-side villa.  Multi-family includes townhouses, apartments and mixed-use commercial/residential.

PHASE ONE DESIGN SERVICES, INC. AND REAL MODELS / SOLERI, INC | Atlanta, Georgia

  • COCA COLA ACTIVATION TEAM MEMBER - Responsible for the instillation of Coca Cola signage throughout Six Flags Amusement Parks in Los Angeles, Houston, and Chicago.
  • LEAD PAINTER FOR INSTALLATION - Coka Cola "Cool Zone," Amusement Park Pavilion for Six Flags over Georgia,
  • SCENIC PAINTER DURING CONSTRUCTION - Coka Cola "Cool Zone," Amusement Park Pavilion for Six Flags, New Jersey, California & Texas.

GA MAGAZINE | Atlanta, Georgia

  • PARTNER, ART DIRECTOR & CONTRIBUTING WRITER - Responsible For Cover Design, Page Layout, Add Design, and Cultural Events Columnist: Including Reviews of Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and Theater.  Versatile In Macintosh Word, Freehand, Photoshop and Quicken.

HABS/HAER | Washington, D.C.

  • ARCHITECTURAL COORDINATOR - Responsible for the documentation of the Citrus History of Riverside California, including: Regional Landscape, Irrigation Canals, Orchard Plans, and Historic Citrus Packing Houses.

GUY GREENFIELD & PARTNERS, ARCHITECTS | London, England

  • DESIGNER AND DRAFTSMAN - Worked on the construction drawings for Wellington
  • Terrace in Falmouth, Cornwall (speculative housing) and the preliminary design for a residential estate in Lausanne, Switzerland (apartment complex and private house).

DREWITT & DREWITT, ARCHITECTS | London, England

  • DESIGNER, DRAFTSMAN, MODEL MAKER - Responsible for presentation drawings and
  • wooden model of Westminster Archives Building, London and the design, development, and presentation drawings for an adjacent apartment building.

ARTHUR A. BERNARDON AND ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS | Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

  • DRAFTSMAN AND DESIGNER - Worked on the design, development, and presentation drawings of various building projects, including: Sandy Cove Resort, Produce Marketing Association Offices, and Willow Valley & Granthom Woods Life-Care Facilities.

JACKSON SEAY AND ASSOCIATES, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • DRAFTSMAN - Worked on presentation and construction drawings of Allegheny Landing Park, PPG-Allison Park Complex, McCormick Memorial Park, and Senator Heinz Residence. 

 

Study Abroad Coordinator

Responsible for planning, booking tours and hotels, arranging for local guides, chaperoning students, developing curriculum and conducting academic coursework. 

SPANISH CITIES OF CENTRAL MEXICO, 2001.

  • Hampton University, Urban Studies Program
  • Sixteen Days / Nineteen Individuals

HONG KONG AND THAILAND, 1999.

  • Hampton University, Urban Studies Program
  • Twenty-one Says / Thirty-six Individuals

GREECE, TURKEY AND EGYPT, 1998.

  • Hampton University, Urban Studies Program
  • Sixteen Days / Twenty-four Individuals

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC, 1997.

  • Hampton University, Urban Studies Program
  • Ten Days / Twenty-four Individuals

ROME, ITALY, 1996.

  • Hampton University, Urban Studies Program
  • Twelve Days / 10 individuals

GREECE-ITALY-FRANCE-ENGLAND, 1993.

  • Southern TECH, Architectural History and Urban Design Coursework
  • Ten Individuals / Six Weeks

 

Memberships

  • Alpha Rho Chi (Architecture) Fraternity, Daphnis Chapter
  • Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society (Education), Pi Phi Chapter
  • Architectural Association School Of Architecture
  • Southeast Chapter Of The Society Of Architectural Historians
  • American Institute Of Architects, Associate Member
  • Aia Hampton Roads Young Architects Forum

 

Service

Invited Reviewer

49th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2012.

  • Moderator: "Community Collaboration in Transportation,"
  • Portland, OR

Keene State College, 2010

  • Department of Architecture, First & Third year Final Reviews.
  • Keene, New Hampshire

Hampton University, 2008

  • Department of Architecture, 5.5 year Final Thesis Reviews.
  • Hampton, Virginia.

THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS: ARTS EDUCATION, 2003, 04, 05, 06.

  • National Grant Panelist Reviewer: “Learning in the Arts for Children & Youth: Design, Media & Museum Grants”
  • Washington, D.C.

THE GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 1996 - 2003.

  • New Horizons Mentorship Program Reviews
  • Hampton, Virginia

AIA VIRGINIA SOCIETY STUDENT PRIZE, (COMPETITION) 1998.

  • Hampton, VPI, UVA, and the Alexandria Consortium)
  • Richmond, Virginia

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, 1998.

  • Graduate School of Architecture, Final Studio Reviews
  • Salt Lake City, Utah

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1998.

  • Undergraduate School, Second Year Design
  • Charlottesville, Virginia

1997 AIR COMBAT COMMAND DESIGN AWARDS JURY, 1996.

  • Department of the Air Force
  • Langley Air Force Base, Virginia

SOUTHERN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, 1996.

  • Diploma Project Final Review
  • Marietta, Georgia

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, 1990.

  • Undergraduate School, Third Year Review
  • Savannah, Georgia

 

Committee Positions

COMMITTEE ON DIVERSITY

  • University of Hartford
  • Member, 2008--2009

COMMITTEE ON THE BOOKSTORE

  • Hampton University, University wide
  • Chair, 1997-Present
  • Secretary, 1996-1997

RED TEAM COMMITTEE ON RECRUITMENT

  • Hampton University, School of Engineering and Technology
  • Member, 1996-1997

STUDENT HANDBOOK COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, School of Engineering and Technology
  • Member, 1996-2004

THE 19TH ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE BLACK FAMILY COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, School of Engineering and Technology
  • Chair, 1996

RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Chair, 1995-2004

SLIDE LIBRARY COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Chair, 1995-2004

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Chair, 1995-2004

AUDIO-VISUAL MULTI-MEDIA COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Chair, 1995-2004.

INTERDEPARTMENTAL SELF-EVALUATION COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Member, 1995-1997

FACULTY SEARCH COMMITTEE

  • Hampton University, Department of Architecture
  • Member, 1996-1997

NEW BUILDING PROGRAM

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Chair, 1993-1994.

STUDY ABROAD COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Chair, 1992-1994.

CANDIDACY RECEPTION COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Chair, 1992-1993.

BUILDING REFURBISHMENT COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Chair, 1991-1992.

FIRST YEAR DESIGN COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Member, 1991-1994.

INTERNATIONALIZING THE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, College Wide
  • Member, 1992-1994.

HISTORY/THEORY COMMITTEE

  • Southern TECH, School of Architecture
  • Member, 1991-1994.

 

Public Service

CO-COORDINATOR OF DESIGN-BUILD HARTFORD PARK PROJECT, 2012-Present

  • Faculty Advisor and Student Mentor / Grant Writer and Principle Investigator
  • Facilitated: Graduate Student Community Design Charette, December 2012.
  • Hartford, Connecticut

SWIFT FACTORY ADAPTIVE REUSE STUDY – GRADUATE STUDIO, 2010

  • Common Ground Community Partner, New York, NY
  • Graduate design studio study to explore adaptive reuse options for the abandoned factory building.
  • Hartford, Connecticut

Teaching Resource Partnership, 2010-2011

  • Educational Outreach to various elementary Schools to mentor teachers on teaching resource pamphlets related to k-12 architectural education. (Related to Grant)
  • Hartford, Connecticut

THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS: ARTS EDUCATION, 2003-2006.

  • Grant Panelist Reviewer: “Learning in the Arts for Children & Youth: Design, Media & Museum Grants”
  • Washington, D.C.

INSTRUCTOR, THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB SUMMER PROGRAMS.  2000-2004.

  • Developed and taught 6 and 8 week architecture programs to 11-14 year old at-risk youth.
  • Hampton, Virginia

Consultant, Cradock Redevelopment Project, 2001

  • Community Redevelopment Initiative.
  • Cradock, Virginia.

DESIGNER, MENCHVILLE House Battered Women's Shelter, 2000-01.

  • The Menchville House Ministries, Virginia.
  • Newport News, Virginia.

DESIGNER, NORVIEW COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS. 2000.

  • Six Architectural Illustrations of Depression Modern Style Projects for the Five Points Partnership
  • Norfolk, Virginia

INSTRUCTOR “BUILDING BETTER NEIGHBORHOODS,” 1999.

  • A Two-Week Summer Program for At-risk Teens.
  • Freedom Outreach Center, Newport News, Virginia.

COORDINATOR, WARD'S CORNER REDEVELOPMENT SCHEME. 1998.

  • Hampton University Faculty and Students
  • Norfolk, Virginia

PROJECT MEMBER, NORVIEW COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT. 1997-98.

  • AIA Young Architects Forum and Five Points Partnership
  • Norfolk, Virginia

PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR, NEWTOWN AREA PLANNING TEAM.  1996-97.

  • Hampton University Fifth year Design Studio and the City of Hampton Redevelopment Agency
  • Hampton, Virginia

LECTURER, THE GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.1997, 96.

  • New Horizons Regional Education Center
  • Hampton, Virginia

LECTURER, COMMONWEALTH COLLEGE.  1996.

  • Humanities and Public Speaking Classes
  • Hampton, Virginia

FINALIST, ART PARTNERS ON LOCATION: LEGACY 96.  1995-96.

  • (A Proposal for Olympic Sculpture) The City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs
  • Atlanta, Georgia 

VICE PRESIDENT, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 1994.

MEMBER, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1993.

  • A. G. C. Aids Clinic
  • Atlanta, Georgia 

CONSULTANT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD.  1987.

  • Springfield City Council
  • Springfield, Missouri

LECTURER, THE HILLCREST ARCHITECTURE CLUB.  1986-1987.

  • Hillcrest High School, Springfield Public School System
  • Springfield, Missouri

INSTRUCTOR, WINGS, Program For Gifted Children.  1986-1987.

  • Springfield Public School System
  • Springfield, Missouri

SET DESIGNER, The Fifth Annual John Q. Hammons,

  • "SALUTE TO THE PERFORMING ARTS," Fund Raiser.  1986.
  • Springfield, Missouri

MEMBER, SPRINGFIELD LITTLE THEATER.  1986-87.

  • Springfield, Missouri

INSTRUCTOR, ART WORKS, Program for Children.  1985-1987.

  • Springfield Art Museum
  • Springfield, Missouri

MEMBER, FRIENDS OF THE SPRINGFIELD ART MUSEUM.  1985-1987.

  • Springfield, Missouri

INSTRUCTOR, THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA.  1984-85.

  • Springfield, Missouri Chapter, 1985.
  • Marietta, Georgia Chapter, 1994.

Awards and Grants

The Voluntary Parents Fund’s Discretionary Grants Program, 2013-2014
  • The Hartford Bus Stop Shelter: A Design-Build Research Laboratory
  • Principle Investigator with Assistant Professor Moss as Project Lead.
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2013.
  • 2013 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “Reframing Gender: Men Women and the State”
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2012.
  • 2012 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “People Power: Revolts in the Arab World”
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2011.
  • 2011 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “Coverage in Context: Media and the Middle East”
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2010.
  • 2010 Network Winter Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award, San Juan, PR.
  • “Energy and the Environment:” (Sustainable Alternatives).
Grant Award, Hartford Consortium for Higher Education, 2009-2011.
  • Principle Investigator: Faculty and Staff Grant Program. Capital Community College Partner.
  • “Knowing Your Neighborhood” Elementary Education Architectural Teaching Resource.”
Grant Participant, University of Herat, Afghanistan Partnership. Summer 2009.
  • Saleh Keshawarz: Principle Investigator, $1.3 Million Grant, Afghanistan Ministry of Higher Education. Developed New Architecture Curriculum, Course Descriptions, Texts and Resource Requirements.
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2009.
  • 2009 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “Changing Places, Changing Faces: Recent Immigrant Settlement in the United States.”
Victorian Society in America Summer School, 2003.
  • 2003 Newport, RI Summer School Educational Program for Historians and Museum Curators.
Graham Foundation Grant: “Not White: Diversity in Architectural Education,” 2003.
  • (Chance/Sawruk) $3000 towards the publication of the conference proceedings.
  • Not White: Diversity in Architectural Education, Edited by Chance, 2004.
HUD: HBCU GRANT – URBAN FUSION II: EDUCATION FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, 2002.
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • $436,755 to facilitate youth summer camps, after-school tutorials, and fair/accessible housing.
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2002.
  • 2002 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “Performance in Public Space.”
Special Award (Regional), 2002.
  • The Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
  • For exceptional achievement on behalf of the youth of our community.
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.
  • New Horizons Mentorship Program, 2001-2002.
  • The Governor’s School for Science & Technology.
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.
  • The Menchville House Ministries, Virginia.
  • For the donation of design and construction drawings to renovate apts. into a battered women’s shelter.
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.
  • The American Institute of Architects, Hampton Roads Chapter, Virginia.
  • For outstanding service and commitment to the chapter’s mission.
Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2001.
  • 2001 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.
  • “Ancient Cities and Modern Urbanism.”
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2001.
  • New Horizons: The Governor’s School for Science and Technology, Virginia.
  • For the year donated as a Student Mentor.
HUD: HBCU GRANT – URBAN FUSION: DESIGNING FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, 2000.
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • $258,050 to facilitate youth education and community revitalization.
Fanny-Mae Corporation Educational Grant: DESIGNING THE FUTURE, 1998. 
  • (3) One Week Summer Programs for Junior High School Students
1998 FULBRIGHT-HAYS SEMINAR ABROAD PROGRAM:
  • "China; Tradition and Transformation"
  • United States Department of Education: Develop coursework related to China and Chinese Culture.
OUTSTANDING FACULTY AWARD, 1993.
  • Southern College of Technology Foundation Inc.
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT, 1992.
  • Cobb County Public Schools, Georgia.
SIMPLY GRAND SAINT LOUIS, "AN ARCHITECTURAL CHARRETT,” 1985.
  • Saint Louis Chapter, American Institute Of Architects.
CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 1985.
  • The Boy Scouts of America: For education programs related to Architecture.
AWARD OF MERIT FOR BRADDOCK CARNEGIE FREE LIBRARY REUSE ASSESSMENT, 1984.
  • Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.
STUDENT PROJECT AWARD, CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY, 1984.
  • American Institute of Steel Construction.

Publications, Presentations, and More

Presentations and Publications 

Quaker Perspectives in Higher Education (Pending Book Publication 2014)

  • Article: “The Morphing of America’s Liberal Arts Colleges.”

Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association 24th Annual Conference, 2013

  • “The Austin House: The First Post-Modern Incarnation”

  • Atlantic City, NJ

Third International Conference on Food Studies. 2013

  • “The Swift Factory Farm: An Architectural Laboratory for Urban Revitalization”

  • University of Texas, Austin, Texas

University of Hartford Fall Lecture Series, 2013.

  • "30 Slide Challenge"

  • Hartford, Connecticut

The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 2013.

  • “Richard Morris Hunt and the Howland Library: A Little Bit of Everything and Nothing,”

  • North Carolina State University

11th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, 2013

  • “The Educational Opportunities Afforded Afghan Women”

  • Budapest, Hungry

Policy Roundtable to Discuss Public Act No. 12-40

  • An Act Concerning College Readiness and Completion

  • Participant: University of Hartford, July 2013

The International Journal of Islamic Architecture, April 2013.

  • “Reconstructing Afghanistan: An Architecture Curriculum for a “New Way of Life.” (Peer-reviewed)

The Quaker Journal of Higher Education, March 2013.

  • “The Morphing of America’s Liberal Arts Colleges.” (Peer-reviewed)

49th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2012.

  • "Revisiting the Five Points Partnership: Measuring the Success of Citizen Sponsored Revitalization,"

  • Portland, OR

49th International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2012.

  • Workshop Facilitator: "Empowering Community Engagement,"

  • Portland, OR

10th International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, 2012

  • “Reconstructing Afghanistan: An Architecture Curriculum for a “New Way of Life,”

  • Montreal, Canada

American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Conference, 2011.

  • “A View over the Wall: Post Modernism in Herat, Afghanistan,”

  • Houston, TX

16th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, 2011

  • “Weaving Walls: An Alternate Narrative of the Essence of Architecture,”

  • Omaha, Nebraska

University of Hartford Fall Lecture Series: 2009

  • "A View Over The Wall: Exploring Stylistic Pluralism in Herat Afghanistan,"

  • Hartford, Connecticut

The American Collegiate Schools of Architecture Southwest Conference, 2009.

  • “The Real, the Fabricated, & the Fake: Creating an Architectural Identity for Coastal Virginia,”

  • Albuquerque, NM

The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 2009.

  • “Hampton Institute: An Architectural laboratory for Richard Morris Hunt,”

  • Mississippi State University

8th International Architecture Conference- Cairo, Egypt 2010.

  • Architecture & Built Environment Contemporary Issues.

  • “New Urbanism: Not New, Not Urban, and Not Sustainable”

  • (Paper Abstract accepted but could not present due to lack of funding)

Hampton University: Urban Institute, Fair Housing initiative.

  • National Fair Housing Training Conference and Housing Policy Summit, 2004

  • Washington, D.C.

The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2003.

  • “A Positive Vision for Young People.”

  • Santa Fe, NM

Housing Issues and the African American Community.

  • DuBois Institute, Atlanta, Georgia. 2003

  • Editor, Jeffrey Williams

The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 2002.

  • “Knowing Your Neighborhood: HU Architectural Summer Day Camp.”

  • St. Augustine, FL

12th Annual Building Virginia Conference, 1999

  • Virginia Society of American Institute of Architects: Continuing Education Seminar,

  • “From the City Beautiful to Edge City: Prototypes of New Urbanism,” Richmond, VA

The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 1999.

  • "Historic Anomaly or Urban Prot-type: Hilton Village, Newport News, Virginia"

Southeastern Collage Art Conference, 1999.

  • "Internationalizing the Curriculum,” Paper presenter & Panel Participant,

  • Norfolk, VA

World Conference on Model Cities, Singapore, 1999.

  • (Paper accepted, but could not present in person due to lack of funding)

  • Singapore

The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 1999.

  • “Hampton University: A Design Laboratory for Richard Morris Hunt.”

16th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, 1999.

  • “Academic Exercise: The Definition of Space.”

  • Las Vegas, NV

ACSA West Central Regional Conference, 1998.

  • "The Search for a New Way Home: The five Point Partnership, Norview Virginia"

The International Making Cities Livable Conference, 1998.

  • "THE FIVE POINTS PARTNERSHIP, NORVIEW VIRGINIA

  • Citizenship and the Revitalization of an Urban Community,"

  • Carmel, CA

The Southeast Society of Architectural Historians Conference, 1997

  • “Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute: An ideological State Apparatus for the

  • Repatriation of Newly Freed Slaves.”

Critterplatz: The Further Adventures of the Rolly Polly Pumpkin (Children's Book)

  • Editor: Written By Josette Kane, 1997. (National Publisher Interested in Series)

The Rolly Polly Pumpkin Tours Bethlehem (Children's Book)

  • Editor: Written By Josette Kane, 1994, 1997. (National Publisher Interested in Series)

Critical Urbanism

  • Editor, Brigette Knowles, 1995.

  • "Isolated or Integrated:  The difference Between an Architecture Dominated by

  • Formal Oppositions or Methods of Synthesis,." Philadelphia, PA

The Urban Scene and the History of the Future

  • Managing Editor, Karen Eldridge, 1994.

  • "Isolated or Integrated: The difference Between an Architecture Dominated by

  • Formal Oppositions or Methods of Synthesis."

Architecture: The Act/Art of Building

  • Editor, J. Patrick Rand, 1993.

"Falsification vs. Fabrication": The Difference between Historic Imitation & Historic Innovation.ACSA/EAAE International Conference, Prague Czech Republic, 1993. (Presentation)

  • Beginnings in Architectural Education Programs, (Publication)

  • Managing Editor, Karen Eldridge, 1993. 'First year at Southern Tech: An Integrated Approach'

Braddock Carnegie Free Library Reuse Assessments: Issues, Concerns, and Recommendations.

  • Jay Garrott, 1984.  Project Design and Reuse Strategy

Design Guidelines: Community Based Residential IntermediateCare Facilities for the Mentally Retarded.

  • Jay Garrott/Peter Burgess, 1984.

 

Exhibitions

Joseloff Gallery, Spring 2011.

  • Curator: NAAB Accreditation Exhibit
  • University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut

Joseloff Gallery, November 2008.

  • Curator: NAAB Accreditation Exhibit
  • University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut

GALLERY AT 85 MAIN, July 2006.

  • Featured Artist: "Opening Exhibition"
  • Centerbrook, Connecticut

Bemis Lab- Lobby Gallery, 2001.

  • "Memories and Places” (One Man Show of Photography)
  • Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia

Hampton City Hall, Lobby Gallery, 2001.

  • Curator: Drawings and Projects from HUD Summer Program.
  • Hampton, Virginia

THE ART TREK TOUR OF ARTISTS' STUDIOS, October 1994.

  • "Mattress Factory Gallery - B255" (One Man Show)
  • Paper Magazine & The Mattress Factory, Atlanta, Georgia

VOL WALKER HALL GALLERY, April 1991.

  • "FE - Faculty Exhibition"
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas

VOL WALKER HALL GALLERY, March 1991.

  • "Sawruk's Piece Of Mind"  (One Man Show)
  • University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas

COX GALLERY, LYDY ART CENTER, 1987.

  • Curator: E. Fay Jones Exhibit
  • Drury College, Springfield, Missouri

COX GALLERY, LYDY ART CENTER, January 1987.

  • Drury College, Springfield, Missouri

TWENTY-THIRD OZARKS ANNUAL PAINTING EXHIBITION, MAY 1986.

  • Boger Art Gallery, The School of the Ozarks, Branson, Missouri

COX GALLERY, LYDY ART CENTER, March 1986.

  • Drury College, Springfield, Missouri