Energetic Architect Professor who utilises a very interactive approach to teach the art of architecture. Adept at developing comprehensive lesson plans, working directly with students on improving their grades and creating unique projects that allow students to show off their skills. Specialises in smaller schools and small college architectural departments.
Published several times in notable national magazines
Has worked on several public works projects
Has never missed a day of teaching a class
Known for getting students excited about architecture
Has helped design several buildings in which architecture was taught
Exceptionally strong communication and demonstration skills
April 2005 to July 2014 Creston College-Manchester, UK Architect Professor
Responsible for developing course outlines that had to be approved by the school and the board of regents.
Assisted in developing much of the reference material that was used for each class.
Developed a series of unique projects that succeeded in getting students excited about architecture.
September 2001 to April 2005 Gilmour University-Manchester, UK Architect Professor
Responsible for creating an approved course outline for each semester.
Arranged several projects with local organisations that resulted in students designing commercial structures.
Regularly received high praise and strong marks from students for teaching an energetic and interesting class.
July 1994 to September 2001 Waters College-Manchester, UK Architect Professor
Responsible for utilising school guidelines to create an approved class outline each semester.
Worked closely with local business leaders to develop opportunities for students for internships and jobs.