ROBERT A YOUNG, FAPT PE LEED ap

Curriculum Vitae Biosketch

ROBERT A YOUNG, FAPT PE LEED ap portrait
  • Professor, School Of Architecture, University of Utah
  • Director, Historic Preservation Program, College of Architecture + Planning, University of Utah
  • Co-Director, Mountain West Planning & Design Academy, College of Architecture + Planning, University of Utah

Teaching

Current Courses

Fall 2014

  • ARCH 4350-001 Environm'l Controls I (Student Feedback)
    Location: ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg), ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg)
  • ARCH 6350-001 Environm'L Controls IG (Student Feedback)
    Location: ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg), ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg)
  • ARCH 6500-001 Pres. Theory & Practice (Student Feedback)
    Location: ARCH 228 (Architecture Bldg)
  • ARCH 6955-001 Indep Study
  • ARCH 6975-001 M.S. Project
  • CMP 6500-001 Pres. Theory & Practice
    Location: ARCH 228 (Architecture Bldg)
  • REDEV 6500-001 Pres. Theory & Practice
    Location: ARCH 228 (Architecture Bldg)

Summer 2014

Spring 2014

Teaching Philosophy

  http://faculty.arch.utah.edu/young/Philosphical_Statement_100109.pdf 

 

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Courses I Teach

  • ARCH 4350 (crosslisted with ARCH 6350) - Environmental Controls.
    Introduction to stewardship of the built environment and the use of architectural tectonics as a sustainability strategy
  • ARCH 4372 (crosslisted with ARCH 6372) - Technolpgy in Architecture.
    Illustrates the integration of mechanical, electrical and structural systems into architectural design.
  • ARCH 6500 (crosslisted as REDEV and URBPL 6500) - Historic Preservation Theory & Practice.
    Introduction to historic preservation thory and practice in contemporary society
  • ARCH 6581 (crosslisted with REDEV 6581) - Main Street Revitalization.
    Engages student in planning and research methods that enhance community revitalization efforts
  • ARCH-6570 (crosslisted as REDEV 6570) - Historic Peservation Technology.
    Explores the methods used in rehabiliating existing buildings.

Teaching Projects

  • Grand Tetons Building Condition Assessment II. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Collaborators: NPS. National Park Service 05/01/2003 - 12/30/2003. Total Budget: $56,802.00.
  • Grand Tetons Building Condition Assessment I. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Collaborators: NPS. National Park Service 05/01/2002 - 12/31/2002. Total Budget: $20,370.00.
  • TBSI Workshop Development Grant. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Collaborators: R. Mendenhall. Utah Division of State History 1999 - 2000. Total Budget: $6,850.00.
  • Craftsman's Notes: A Publication of the Traditional Building Skills Institute. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Collaborators: D. Peterson. Traditional Building Skills Institute 1998 - 1999. Total Budget: $2,970.00.
  • Reference Guide to Army Adaptive Use Projects. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Collaborators: Julie Webster. USACERL 1997 - 1998. Total Budget: $19,305.00.
  • TBSI Speaker Series. Project Lead: R. A. Young. Traditional Building Skills Institute 1996 - present. Total Budget: $22,702.00.