DesignIntelligence 25 Most Admired Educators for 2016

© Matthew Carbone © Matthew Carbone

DesignIntelligence has named 25 educators for being the most “exemplary professionals” in their field. With professors from some of the US’ top architecture schools, each honoree was selected with “extensive input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads, and students.” 

The “most admired” US design professors of 2016, include:

  • Amale Andraos – Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
  • Alan Defrees – University of Notre Dame
  • Dawn Finley – Rice University
  • Steve French – Georgia Tech
  • Geraldine Forbes Isais – University of New Mexico
  • Charles Graham – University of Oklahoma
  • Aki Ishida – Virginia Tech
  • Kent Kleinman – Cornell University
  • Sharon Kuska – University of Nebraska
  • Alison Kwok – University of Oregon
  • Mohsen Mostafavi – Harvard University
  • Dan Nadenicek – University of Georgia
  • Guy Nordenson – Princeton University
  • Juhani Pallasma – Lecturer from Helsinki
  • James Rose – University of Tennessee
  • Hashim Sarkis – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Jeff Shannon – University of Arkansas
  • Robert Shibley – SUNY Buffalo
  • Christine Theodoropoulos – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
  • James Timberlake – University of Pennsylvania
  • Ada Tremont – Drexel University
  • Rod Underwood – Ball State University
  • Adam Wells – University of Houston
  • Jim West – Mississippi State University
  • Keith Wiley – Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

See DesignIntelligence’s reasoning behind their selections, here

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