At the University of Florida, the normal semester teaching load for Mr. Walters includes two scheduled courses each semester, in addition to serving on Graduate Thesis and Dissertation committees. He serves as Honors Thesis Advisor for fourth-year undergraduate students, advises University Scholars, and serves on Capstone Project Review committees for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Sustainability and the Built Environment (B.S.S.B.E.) degree program.
Design studios are the core of the School of Architecture’s pedagogical structure and are heavily weighted in both credit hours (4-6 per course) and in contact hours (8 hours per week in the first year and 9 hours per week starting in the second year of undergraduate studios). Most non-studio courses are 3- or 4-credit hours and involve 3- to 4- contact hours per course.
In addition to his 9-month per year appointment, he teaches the 6-credit Sustainable Planning and Design Studio that is a central component of the MSAS in Sustainable Design degree program. This course involves weekly studio sessions with students working remotely and field work in Singapore. Mr. Walters has taught or co-taught this course each year since 2011.
As informational networks bind us ever more tightly together, they also introduce unseen gaps and fissures within fields of knowledge. While in some cases, these are the product of distraction or youthful naiveté, they are also symptomatic a field which is expanding both in breadth and depth through uneven specializations. The resulting disciplinary lacunae are extensive, with students asked to connect ever more remote points within unsettled and variable terrains. The impossibility of knowing and/or mapping these territories creates an ambiguous and amorphous field within which beginning design students are asked to find their way.
At a fundamental level, I believe that teaching is about building bridges with and for our students, bridges that operate between academic and professional worlds, between disciplines, between different modes of thinking and making, between scales (global/local and concept/detail), between hand and digital modes of working, and between and amongst a multiplicity of cultural/social/economic/sustainable motivators. To be an excellent, innovative, and effective teacher requires an understanding of how to make these bridges, and the ability to share that knowledge with others. It is equal parts knowledge and communication.
My work begins with our students, as complex, emergent people, each motivated in different ways and pursuing different trajectories, goals, and objectives. They are entering a design profession which is itself complex and at times contradictory, with no singular way of working within it or even describing it. The combination of these conditions establishes a variable field, within which there are many possible solutions to a given design problem.
Studio learning encourages dialogue, collaboration, risk-taking, innovation, learning-by-doing and the integration of knowledge. This model places a higher value on the search for constructive strategies of thought and action than on the direct transmission of knowledge and skills.
I believe it is important to teach our students an appreciation for open-ended, speculative thinking so that they are prepared for a lifetime of practice. And it is important for us to balance this with carefully-measured, analytic, problem-solving skills that will allow our students to appreciate the specificity required in their built work.
To the fullest extent possible, I teach by looking through my students’ eyes, seeking to always see their work both from the perspective of the site/context/discipline and from the perspective of the student/creator/thinker. I teach by asking questions, and I often draw while talking with and/or listening to my students. We swap pencils and pens, I navigate their digital projects on-screen, and together we work to clarify the project’s intent and the specifics of its realization. This bridging across scales within the work allows students to think about the detail and big idea simultaneously rather than compartmentalizing information.
In larger-format courses, I seek to understand concurrent curricular obligations and search for opportunities to cross-reference the subject matter between classes. I engage the students in the discussion with specific in-lecture examples, video shorts, and case-study images from my own built work and the work of others.
- DCP 6301 Sustainable Planning and Design Studio (Singapore)
- ARC 6241 Advanced Graduate Architectural Design One
- ARC 6355 Advanced Graduate Architectural Design Two
- ARC 6393 Advanced Architectural Connections
- ARC 6911 Architectural Detailing
- ARC 6913 Architectural Research 3 (MRP/Thesis Preparation)
- ARC 6940 Supervised Teaching
- ARC 6971 Masters Research Thesis
- ARC 6979 Masters Research Project
Published Ph.D. Dissertations – Committee Member: (3)
- He, Chang. 2022. Spiritual Space in Rustic Order. Doctoral Dissertation (Ph.D.)–University of Florida, 2022. ANTICIPATED / IN PRESS Ph.D.
- Sun, Ke. 2022. Dreamt City: The Urbanscape of Flâneur in Dream Images.
Doctoral Dissertation (Ph.D.)–University of Florida, 2022. ANTICIPATED / IN PRESS Ph.D.
- Zeng, Ruochen. 2019. Development of a Design System Based on Embodied Energy, Carbon Emissions, and Costs of Buildings in Early Design Phases. Doctoral Dissertation (Ph.D.)–University of Florida, 2019. Ph.D.
Published Thesis / Project in-lieu-of Thesis (PILOT) – Committee Chair: (2008-2022; 61 total / 14 years = average 4.4 per year)
- 2021-2022 (2)
- Fagan, Blanchard. 2022. Inhabitation: Modes for Studying the Impressions of Body and Ritual in Space. Member: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- Chang, Tianyue. 2022. Sustainable Vertical Development in Dense Urban Environments. Member: Lee-Su Huang. M.ARCH
- 2020-2021 (4)
- Cochrane, Guillermo. 2021. Threading into the Journey: An Exploration of the Hawthorne Trail. Member: P. Sprowls. M.ARCH
- DeMarco, Kristen. 2021. Constructing Edge: Investigating Landscape through Perception and Time. Member: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- Bennett, Molly. 2021. Composing Atmospheres: Investigating Architectural Impressions through Poetry. Member: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Wilson, Mark Ignacio. 2021. Commemorations: Towards an Architecture of Reckoning. Member: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- 2019-2020 (8)
- Blevins, Verity. 2020. Activated Thresholds: Conduits of Memory, Ceremony, and Reconciliation. Member: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Chen, Li-Tzu. 2020. Spatial Experience Across Ikebana and Architecture. Member: Lee-Su Huang. M.ARCH
- Gomez, David. 2020. Vestiges of Grief: An Impetus of Hope. Member: S. Gamble. M.ARCH
- Membreno Hernandez, Frances Alexandra. 2020. GOÐSÖGN: Inhabiting Tales of Nordic Origin through Spatial Narratives. Member: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Moder, Lindsey. 2020. Member: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Tanis, Marquis. 2020. (re) Organizing Informal Settlements. Member. S. Gamble. M.ARCH
- Gostin, Leslie. 2019. The Greenest Place on Earth? Guest Participation in Theme Park Sustainability Initiatives. Member: M. Volk. MSAS SD
- Renbarger, Nicolette L. 2019. Living Building Challenge Net-Zero Energy Certified Commercial Office Buildings in Humid Subtropical Climates. Member: R. Ries. MSAS SD
- 2018-2019 (1)
- Rosenstein, Joshua. 2019. Fluid things like Light, Water, Wind and People. Member: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- 2017-2018 (4)
- Bataku, Kristel. 2018. Expressive Thinking: Exploring Sketching as a Mode for Studying Edge and Edgelessness. Co-Chair: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Cordero, Ana. 2018. Wildlife in the City: Adapting the Urban Fabric to Mediate the Relationship Between Animals and Humans. Member: S. Belton. M.ARCH
- Cronin, Elizabeth M. 2018. Architecture and Feminism: Discussions towards Inclusive Ideologies, Pedagogies, and Practices. Co-Chair: A. Hofer. MSAS PEDAGOGY THESIS
- Fisher, Chad R. 2018. Assembled Edge: An Examination of Edge Conditions and the Occupational Experiences They Elicit. Member: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2016-2017 (5)
- Salazar, Patricia Carolina Lanzas. 2017. Progressive Housing Modules. Member: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- Salazar, Francia. 2017. Enhancing Well-Being through Architecture: Looking After Congo Mirador, Zulia, Venezuela. Member: M. Gold. M.ARCH
- Wignall, Zachary. 2017. Constructing the Phenomenal: The Process of Subtlety. Member: Lisa Huang. M.ARCH
- Yang, Ruiyuan. 2017. Optimizing Transportation Networks Based on an Innovative Non-Motorized Approach to Integrate Transportation with Urban Ecology. Members: R. Steiner + M. Volk. MSAS SD
- Yu, Luping. 2017. Reusing Old Materials: Village Renovation for the Aged People. Member: Lisa Huang. M.ARCH
- 2014-2015 (8)
- Ayala, Jefrall Betancourt. 2015. Evoking the Feeling of Safety. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Becker, Jillian S. 2015. Simulating the Implementation of Energy Efficiency Measures: Techniques and Technologies for Residential and Commercial Buildings. Co-Chair: R. Ries. MSAS SD
- Feng, Dominic. 2015. H21: Hospital for the 21st Century. Co-Chair: N. Nawari. M.ARCH
- Moreno, Cristina Eloisa. 2015. Camping with FEMA: Disaster Relief Housing ; A Study of Shelter and Housing Evolution in FEMA Camps. Co-Chair: S. Belton. M.ARCH
- Paul, Nicole Marlee. 2015. Lands Marked: Understanding Place through Memory and Landscape. Co-Chair: Lisa Huang. M.ARCH
- Poppell, Christian. 2015. Reflected Exchanges: Threshold, Reflection, and Horizon. Co-Chair: W. Tilson. M.ARCH
- Saso, Grant. 2015. Generative Unpacking of Florida Residential Architecture. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Silva, Alyson. 2015. Translations of Place: Converging Place-Process[–ing] and Place-Part[a/the–ed]. Co-Chair: J. Maze. M.ARCH
- 2013-2014 (4)
- Hyder, Matthew D. 2014. Affordability of Net Zero Housing in Different Climates. Co-Chair: R. Ries. MSAS SD
- Orion, Adriane. 2014. Emergency Department Design. Co-Chair: N. Nawari. M.ARCH
- Neira, Pedro. 2014. Progressive School Design: A Cognitive Approach to Architectural Features. Co-Chair: C. Hailey. Member: D. Therriault. M.ARCH THESIS
- Wang, Hui. 2014. A Study of Low-Tech Way to Improve the Human Settlement Environment and Its Inspiration to the “Urban Fringe” Area Design. Co-Chair: R. Ries. MSAS SD
- 2012-2013 (7)
- Dzura, Amy. 2013. Green Design for Pittsburgh: Better Building Codes. Co-Chair: C. Silver. MSAS SD
- Tang, Dian Yu. 2013. Sustaining Culture: Vernacular Architecture and Place-Making in Southwest Hubei, China and North America. Co-Chair: C. Hailey. MSAS SD
- Tjindra, Djundi. 2013. Residential Land-Use Density and Building Energy Consumption: a Case Study of the City of Gainesville, Florida. Co-Chair: P. Jones. MSAS SD THESIS
- Wu, Haoqi. 2013. Sustaining Vertical Communities: Strategies for the Design of Public Spaces in Tall Buildings. Co-Chair: D. Cohen. MSAS SD
- Flores, Matthew. 2013. Phenomenology of Natural Light: Processes of Shaping Space. Co-Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Goldsmith, David. 2013. Spatial Plasticities. Co-Chair: G. Peterson. M.ARCH
- Hargrove, Darren. 2013. The Coalescence of Phenomenal and Appropriate Space: Making Place in the Florida Landscape. Co-Chair: G. Peterson. M.ARCH
- 2011-2012 (4)
- Isley, Grey. 2012. A Study of the Potential for the Integration of Sustainable Practices in Rural and Suburban Developments Through the Review of Two Conventional North Carolina Developments. Co-Chair: R. Steiner. MSAS SD
- Wang, Lu Wei. 2012. Places + Stories: Sustainable Design in Historical Places. Member: W. Tilson. MSAS SD
- Yu, Siyu. 2012. Shaping the Sustainable City Through Water-Oriented Urban Design. Member: M. Carr. MSAS SD
- Mojica, Davie. 2012. Illumination: Interventions at Basilica Palladiana. Co-Chair: M. Kohen.
- 2010-2011 (11)
- Azorin, Erica. 2011. Florida House: Vernacular Modernisms. Co-Chair: G. Peterson. M.ARCH
- Chen, Kexin. 2011. Sustaining Urban Culture: The Design and Operation of Public Art Planning Programs. Member: W. Tilson. MSAS SD THESIS
- Hoffman, Margaret Starkweather. 2011. Between Rail and Bay: Guiding Architecture through Memory. Co-Chair: A. Perez-Mendez. M.ARCH
- Liu, Yang. 2011. Swarm Architecture: A Liquid Journey Through the Fragmented World. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Milano, Gail. 2011. Contemplating the Unmeasurable: Designing Depth into Darkness Through Fractures of Light. Co-Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Peel, Jacob. 2011. Actuating Geometric Primitives. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Princivil, Jennifer. 2011. Discussions on Architectural Permanence: Place and Place Making. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Rodriguez Casas, Vanessa. 2011. Colonizing Permanence: Intervening Courtyard Houses, La Habana Vieja, Cuba. Co-Chair: A. Perez-Mendez. M.ARCH
- Seal, Shawmeron. 2011. Fabricating Space Through Weak Architecture: An Examination of the Process of Spatial and Material Fabrication Through the Parallel Practices of Architecture and Dress Design. Co-Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Tenzel, Steven. 2011. Florida Pavilion: Reciprocating Place, Ground, and Tectonics. Co-Chair: G. Peterson. M.ARCH
- Zhang, Yibo. 2011. The Role of Transit-Oriented Development in Urban Planning of Cities in China. Member: W. Tilson. MSAS SD THESIS
- 2009-2010 (3)
- Aktuna, Bahar. 2010. Peace-Building in Cyprus: Reconnecting, Remembering and Memorializing, A Hypothetical Approach to the Roles of Architects and Urban Planners in Peace-Building Process. Co-Chair: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- Yee, Jordan M. 2010. Main Street Reconsidered. Co-Chair: M. Gold. M.ARCH
- Fisher, Daniel Glenn. 2010. Transforming the Classroom Portable Literally: Employing Kinetic Systems to Maximize Pedagogical Effectiveness. Co-Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
Published Master’s Thesis / Project in-lieu-of Thesis (PILOT) – Committee Member: (2008-2022; 29 total / 14 years = average 2.1 per year)
- 2021-2022 (5)
- Bondarenko Costa, Breno. 2022. Re-Stitching the Urban Fabric. Chair: A. Wang. M.ARCH
- Clark, Jon A. 2022. Integrating Bamboo into Western Construction. Chair: Lisa Huang. M.ARCH
- Herring, Amanda. 2022. Music as a Generator in the Drawing Process for Architecture: Analyzing the Narrative from Lyrics as a Framework for Spaces. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Rynar, Carley. 2022. Meaning and Measure in Landscape: Somewhere between Place and Body. Chair: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Walker, Carly. 2022. Articulating Atmosphere: The Story of a Place. Chair: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
- 2020-2021 (3)
- 2019-2020 (4)
- Alonso, Christian A. 2020. Redefining a Building Envelope Through Construction Details, Joints, and Structural Systems. Chair: D. Cohen. M.ARCH
- Champagne, Catherine. 2020. Searching Beyond the Mask. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Culpepper, Sara. 2020. Terra Incognita: Navigating Space, Time, and Memory. Chair: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Ramirez, Steven. 2020. Adapting Architecture in Changing Landscapes. Chair: J. Carney. M.ARCH
- 2018-2019 (5)
- Fan, Yilin. 2019. Memory Recalling: An Archive for Memory: a Place of Recalling. Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Guo, Jialu. 2019. Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Li, Huiyuan. 2019. New Vitality for Old Cities. Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Li, Wencong. 2019. Searching for Sacred Retreats. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Silvino, Thiago. 2019. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2017-2018 (4)
- Ahmed, Erum. 2018. Placemaking, Human(e) and Materiality – In / With / By Nature. Chair: Lisa Huang. Member: K. Nelson. M.ARCH
- Mayhew, Bethany. 2018. Choreography of Human Interaction. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Reinisch, Audrey. 2018. Mappings of a Poetic Life. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Yanes, Christopher M. 2018. Holistic Design for Hospitals. Chair: J. Maze. M.ARCH
- 2016-2017 (3)
- 2015-2016 (3)
- Philips, Jessica. 2016. Agri.tech.tura Barcelona 2.0: Architectural Studies of Vertical Agriculture in the Urban Environment Utilizing Hydroponic Technology: Creating Greener Architecture in Hopes of Greener Cities. Chair: S. Belton. M.ARCH
- Salvatus, Jessa Lyn Villenas. 2016. Environmentally Sustainable Housing: Design & Urban Form in the Context of Low-Cost Homes at San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, Philippines. Chair: C. Hailey. MSAS SD
- Schmidt, Alex. 2016. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2014-2015 (1)
- Zhang, Ye. 2015. Research on Green Building Assessment in China Inspired by LEED v4 and Other Foreign Assessment Systems. Chair: N. Nawari. MSAS SD
- 2011-2012 (1)
- Mak, Peter. 2012. The Evolution of Sustainable Design in Singapore Public Housing Projects: Precedents and Proposals. Chair: W. Tilson. MSAS SD
Published Master’s Thesis / Project in-lieu-of Thesis (PILOT) – Committee Co-Chair: (2008-2022; 16 total / 14 years = average 1.1 per year)
- 2014-2015 (2)
- Connor, Robert Daniel. 2015. From Violence to Order: Creating Visual Narratives in Existing Spaces. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Valle, Joshua. 2015. Suburban Florida’s Identity: A Vernacular-Inspired Template for Residential Design. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2013-2014 (4)
- Abdulraheem, Sahar. 2014. Sustainable Techniques for Public School in Florida: Application of the Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS). Chair: N.Nawari. MSAS SD
- Aquino-Otero, Ileana. 2014. Sustainable Design Strategies for Sport Stadia. Chair: N. Nawari. MSAS SD
- Byars, Amanda. 2014. Marked Passages: Revealing a Community Portrait. Chair: M.Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Cortes, Melissa Andrea. 2014. The Ritual of Contemplation: Shifting Landscapes. Chair: M.Gundersen. M.ARCH
- 2012-2013 (4)
- Hammond, Rhonda S. 2013. BIM in Sustainable Design: Strategies for Renovation and Retrofit. Chair: N. Nawari. MSAS SD
- Tabrizchi, Maryam. 2013. Environmental Quality Enhancement of Portable Classrooms: A Solution for Educational Improvement. Chair: F. Bosworth. M.ARCH THESIS
- Muñoz, Jonathan. 2013. A Nationalistic Modern: Featuring Anteriority and Interiority of Mexico’s Architecture. Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Rusch, Camille. 2013. Integrating Sports Facilities into the City: Sun Life Stadium Site Re-Design, Miami, FL. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2010-2011 (1)
- Guan, Ni. 2011. Memory and Place: Culture of Sustainability in Dalian, China. Chair: P. Prugh. M.ARCH
- 2009-2010 (4)
- Dery, Amelia Ann. 2010. Fabrication: Constructing an Architectural Pattern. Chair: A. Hofer. M.ARCH
- Ramos, Ruben M. 2010. Dynamic Expression: Building in Tension. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- Raucci, Rebecca Lynn. 2010. Possible Palladio: Fragmented Origins, A Composite of Invented Fragments. Chair: M. Gundersen. M.ARCH
- Scott, Sarah Lissa. 2010. Inclusive Dwelling: A Place of Ability, Mobility, and Play. Chair: M. McGlothlin. M.ARCH
- 2008-2009 (1)
- Snyder, Matthew. 2009. Architecture of Sound: Experience and Space. Chair: G. Siebein. Member: C. Hailey. M.ARCH
Chair, Co-Chair, + Member Totals (2008-2022):
- Ph.D. = Doctor of Philosophy: 3
- M.ARCH = Master of Architecture: 84
- MSAS SD = MSAS in Sustainable Design: 21
- MSAS PEDAGOGY = MSAS in Pedagogy: 1
- THESIS = M.Arch or MSAS Thesis: 6
Faculty Thesis + PILOT Collaborations (2008-2022):
- ARC 1301 Architectural Design 1
- ARC 1302 Architectural Design 2
- ARC 2303 Architectural Design 3
- ARC 2304 Architectural Design 4
- ARC 2461 Materials and Methods of Construction 1
- ARC 3291 Analytic Drawing and Sketching (Vicenza, Italy)
- ARC 3320 Architectural Design 5
- ARC 3321 Architectural Design 6
- ARC 3463 Materials and Methods of Construction 2 (Vicenza, Italy)
- ARC 4073 Graduate Core Studio 3
- ARC 4074 Graduate Core Studio 4
- DCP 4290 Capstone Project in Sustainability and the Built Environment
- ARC 4322 Architectural Design 7
- ARC 4323 Architectural Design 8 (Gainesville, Florida and Vicenza, Italy)
- ARC 4323 Integrated Project Delivery Studio and Practicum
- ARC 4941 Educational Teaching Issues
Published B.S.S.B.E. Capstone Project – Faculty Advisor: (2)
- White, Alyssa. 2015. Sustainable Materials: For Zero-Waste Design: Discovering Alternative Materials for the Future of Zero Waste Architecture.
- Huber, Katherine. 2010. A Path to Sustainable Construction: Modular Techniques and Environmental Drivers Behind Materiality.
Published Undergraduate Honors Thesis – Faculty Advisor / Mentor: (29 total)
- 2020-2021 (5)
- Bergeron, Natalie. 2021. The Memory of a City: The Reintroduction of Farmlands in Manhattan.
- Gooch, Elizabeth. 2021. The Art of Stillness in Architecture.
- Martucci, Clara. 2021. Designing Cities through Sound: A Comparative Study of Urban Spaces and Soundscapes.
- Operta, Merlina. 2021. Places for People: Reconsidering the Metropolis.
- Roberts, Stephanie Rose. 2021. The Human vs. The Machine: How Urban Palimpsest or Erasure Impacts Societal Endeavors and Placemaking.
- 2018-2019 (2)
- Restieri, Ryan C. 2019. Vital Urban Architecture: Parcel, Transportation, and Communication.
- Wiedenhoever, Laura. 2019. Inside-Out: Investigating Energy Efficient Facades.
- 2015-2016 (8)
- Savignon, Ivy. 2016. Lack of Place: Urban Wastelands as Catalytic Opportunities for Urban Growth and Social Interaction.
- Kokenge, Samantha. 2016. Designing Digitally: Ornament or Advancing Architecture.
- Nichols, Graham Isaac. 2016. Produce to the People: Solutions for Manhattan’s Food Deserts.
- Whitbeck, Emily. 2016. The New York City Grid: Impediment or Opportunity for Innovation in Architecture.
- Tran, Anh. 2016. Habitable Station: Refocus on Spatial Qualities of Civic Nodes in Public Domain.
- Benitez, Adiel Alexis. 2016. Drawing Out Suggestions of a Possible Architecture: Drawing and Speculation In Pursuit of Architectural Solutions.
- Rutland, Sarah. 2016. Public Space: Architecture as a Library, Mirror, and Lighthouse.
- Marblestone, Kevin. 2016. A New Infrastructure: Establishing a Culture of Resilience and Civic Engagement.
- 2011-2012 (7)
- Hiller, Anastasia. 2012. Architecture Representation: Abstraction and Symbol within Design.
- Ho, Huynh. 2012. People as Context.
- Jones, Abigail. 2012. The Layered City: Streetscape as Differing Layers of Engagement within the Metropolis and its Buildings.
- Mudenda, Muchanga. 2012. Shaping Public Space: The Modern Day Courtyard.
- Pace, Jessica. 2012. Technology and Digital Form: Obsolescence vs. Relevance.
- Tao, Yifan. 2012. Redefining the Urban Condition: Relationships within the Built Environment.
- Tracy, Matthew. 2012. The Puzzle of Architecture: The Network of Pieces: Joints, Journey, Parts.
- 2010-2011 (3)
- Ala, Justine. 2011. The Phenomenology of Projection.
- Bittner, Hana. 2011. Urban Kinematics: Interpreting Urban Scripts and Deconstructing Systems of Living.
- Schafer, Challie. 2011. The Urban Palimpsest: Constructing a Sense of Place Through Experiential Layers.
- 2009-2010 (4)
- Chu, Katherine. 2010. Urban Viewing: Rethinking Relationships through the Built Environment.
- de Solo, Enrique. 2010. The Design Process: A Search for Originality Amongst Existing Archetypes.
- Hurcomb, Melissa. 2010. Redefinition of Urban Viewing and Interaction through an Architectural Framework.
- Levin, Danielle. 2010. New York City Block.
University Scholar Mentor + Faculty Advisor: (4)
- Martucci, Clara. 2021. Designing Cities Through Sound: A Comparative Study of Urban Spaces and Soundscapes. Vol. 23 (2021): UF Journal of Undergraduate Research. https://journals.flvc.org/UFJUR/article/view/128400. Scholar Profile: https://cur.aa.ufl.edu/portfolio/clara_martucci/
- Kyesmu, Panquat. 2016. The Preservation of Memory: Germplasm Repository in the Tropics.
- Clarke, Mitchell. 2014. Link between Spatial Design and Social Responses in Student Housing.
- Monroe, Marcy. 2010. The Economic and Political Influence on Natural Disaster Recovery: Rebuilding After the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake in China.
United World College Scholars Program + Kathryn W. Davis Projects for Peace – Faculty Advisor: (1)
- Misuraca, Jeanette and Djoni Austin. 2017. Tarpon Excelling Above Modern Society (T.E.A.M.S.). United World College Scholars Program + Kathryn W. Davis Projects for Peace. Award profile: http://www.davisprojectsforpeace.org/projects/projects/2017/node/4878.