William Tilson

William L. Tilson is Professor Emeritus of Architecture. Since 1992, he has been the Director of the Preservation Institute: Caribbean (PI:C), the College’s off-campus program in the Caribbean Basin and Latin America. Tilson has been lead researcher and consultant on numerous documentation and planning projects for historic sites and communities Read more…

Bradley Walters

Bradley Walters, AIA earned his Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Design in Architecture with Highest Honors from the University of Florida. He has studied and taught at the Vicenza Institute of Architecture in Vicenza, Italy. His research centers on material manifestations of design intent, Read more…

Bahar Armaghani

Professor Armaghani’s expertise focuses on the areas of building performance optimization, measurement & verification; water conservation, sustainable infrastructure, cost benefit analysis of building green, sustainability in developing countries, and green roads assessment and evaluation.

Nawari Nawari

Dr. Nawari (Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE) has more than twenty years of experience in design, teaching and research specializing in Building Structures and Building Information Modeling. Currently, he is an associate professor and teaches graduate and undergraduate Architectural Structures, Structural Modeling and Building Information Modeling courses at the University of Florida. Read more…

Charlie Hailey

Professor Hailey’s research investigates the cultural and environmental contexts for architecture design and construction. He is interested generally how this subject relates to teaching, thinking, and making within both cultural landscape and material culture. Within this broad field of study, he has focused on three specific areas of research: place-making, Read more…