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
  • Coordinator MSAS Degree Program, School Of Architecture, University of Utah

Teaching

Current Courses

Fall 2015

  • ARCH 4350-001 Environ Controls (Student Feedback)
    Location: ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg)
  • ARCH 6350-001 Environm'L Controls IG (Student Feedback)
    Location: ARCH 127 (Architecture Bldg)

Spring 2015

Teaching Philosophy

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

 

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Courses I Teach

Student Projects

  • MSAS Final Project: Reconnaissance Survey of Tremonton Utah. Ms. Turpen completed this work as her final project for her Master of Science in Architectural Stduies. She will be presenting her findings to the Tremonton City Council in March. 2015. Hannah Turpen. 08/2014 - 12/2014
  • APT Student Scholar Award: Climate Change: An Increasing Challenge in Stone Material Conservation. This paper was selected as an APT Student Scholar award winner. Ms. Cusimnao will be presenting this work at the Association for Preservation Technology International's Annual Conference in New York, NY, on October 12, 2013. Rachel Cusimano. 01/2013 - 04/2013
  • MCMP Professional Project: The Granary District: The Past as an Asset. Sarah Mees. 01/2013 - 04/2013
  • APT Student Scholar Award: Exterior insulation and Finish Systems: Performance Analysis. This paper was selected as an APT Student Scholar award winner. Ms. Mauer will be presenting this work at the Association for Preservation Technology International's Annual Conference in Charleston SC, on October 2, 2012. Jacquelyn Mauer. 01/10/2012 - 04/29/2012
  • APT Student Scholar Award: Building Condition Assessment in Grand Tetons National Park. Ms. Barrett won an APT Student Scholarship to present her work at the Association for Preservation Technology Annual Meeting in Portland, ME in September, 2004. Jane Barrett. 05/2002 - 09/2004

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.