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Cara Armstrong is an educator, writer, and illustrator who was trained as an architect.
She brings interconnectivity to the classroom and to her current research, which involves integrating better solutions for community health, accessibility, and adaptability. She completed bachelor’s degrees in environmental design and philosophy (both cum laude) at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, a Master of Architecture from Columbia University, and a Master of Fine Arts in poetry from Drew University.
Wendy Cox teaches courses in architectural history and theory and design studios focusing on cultural critique.
Associate Professor of Architecture Eleanor D’Aponte has been teaching graduate and undergraduate level design studios, seminars, and lecture courses at the School of Architecture + Art for 21 years. She has been instrumental in implementing curricular strengths including ethics, cultural diversity, and the first-year experience.
Art2D2 Industries, aka Jason Galligan-Baldwin, was born in Durham, North Carolina. He grew up in the swamps of Louisiana and attended Louisiana State University at Alexandria from 1994-1996 on the Elizabeth M. Bolton Art Scholarship.
Matthew Lutz is a registered architect (RA) in the State of Vermont, a certified passive house consultant (CPHC), and an associate professor of architecture in the School of Architecture + Art at Norwich University. His research focuses on the intersection of high-performance building and affordable housing.
Timothy Parker regularly teaches survey and elective courses in the history and theory of art and architecture, research methodologies, and graduate-level thesis research studio. He also directs the MArch program.
Danny Sagan is an architect practicing in Vermont. At its core, architecture is about beauty and complexity of thought. In any city on the planet you can look for buildings that are proof of human aspiration.
Arthur Schaller is an architect and working artist who has been teaching architectural design and related courses for over 40 years—at Ball State University, the University of Texas at Austin, the Architectural Association of London and, for nearly two decades, the School of Architecture + Art at Norwich University, where he served as dean from 2005 to 2010.
Tolya Stonorov, associate director of Norwich University’s School of Architecture+Art, received a master's degree in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, where she was awarded the Chester Miller traveling fellowship, the Howard Friedman Thesis prize and multiple grants.
Professor Temkin is a licensed architect and a professor of architectural design. His research has explored digital modeling as a tool for design refinement, and animation as a device for the temporal analysis of space. His scholarship includes design delineation and design pedagogy. His professional and scholarly work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally.
Tonya Forcier is a practicing licensed architect, LEED Green Associate and visiting assistant professor of architecture.
Ron Merolli, JD is a lecturer in both the School of Business and Management and the School of Architecture & Art. After receiving his JD from Catholic University Law School in 1974, he was a tax specialist at the IRS National Office in Washington DC.
Brittany M. Powell is a photographer, multimedia artist, and educator working in Vermont. She spent more than a decade as a freelance documentary and editorial photographer in San Francisco, CA before moving to Vermont in 2016.
British born, Sam Talbot-Kelly is a contemporary artist with an experimental approach to costume/set design and art direction.
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