Visiting Faculty

The College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design have a long-standing tradition of inviting nationally and internationally renowned practicing architects to teach in the School. Coming from diverse points of view, these visitors contribute to the richness of experience for our students and expand the questions that we ask as faculty.

Recent visitors who have taught in the architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design programs include: Christine Abbott, Paola Aguirre, Angel Alonso, Alfredo Payá Benedito, Lawrence Blough, Viren Brahmbhatt, Wendell Burnette, Eric Cesal, Brad Cloepfil, Robert Cole, Mark Collins, Sarah Cowles, Sarah Cremin, Yolande Daniels, Sara de Giles, Susannah Drake, Kristi Dykema, Craig Dykers, Edward Ford, Ginés Garrido, Patrick Gmür, Toru Hasegawa, Brian Healy, Andres L. Hernandez, Robert Kahn, Ferda Kolatan, Sulan Kolatan, Erik L'Heureux, Rafael Luna, Joe MacDonald, John Maher, Andrew Metter, José Morales, Behzad Nakhjavan, Anders Nereim, Angela Pang, Alfredo Payá Benedito, Philippos Photiadis, Hilary Reiser, Mónica Rivera, Heather Roberge, Elena Rocchi, Rocio Romero, Peter Rose, Rhett Russo, David Ruy, Jeff Ryan, Antonio Sanmartín, Oliver Schulze, Peter Stempel, Robert Stuart-Smith, Kenneth Tracy, Nanako Umemoto, UrbanLab, Alex Wall, Chris Warren, Saundra Weddle, Amanda Williams, Michael Willis, Dongwoo Yim, Jennifer Yoos, and José Zabala.

Each semester, the Sam Fox School also brings distinguished architects, artists, designers, landscape architects, urban designers, historians, and critics to campus, promoting new ideas in practice, theory, and technology. Invited speakers often interact with students during workshops and informal gatherings, in addition to participating in studio visits, where they conduct one-on-one reviews of work. Learn more>>