Andrew Wehle

Andrew Wehle

M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management
Instructional Assistant Professor
352-294-1407

Ph.D. Construction Management, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Master’s of Cultural Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Bachelor’s of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Will Zajac

Will Zajac

School of Architecture
Instructional Assistant Professor

Master of Architecture; University of Florida
Bachelor of Civil Engineering, BSc(Eng); University of Colorado (Boulder)

Born and raised in Maine, my upbringing includes a healthy dose of traditional craftsmanship and regional attitudes towards land cultivation and place-making. This background has helped frame my interest in how others shape their environments and imparted a sense of wonder for tools, materials and the ritual(s) of making.

Much of my research explores the role of the hand/body in transforming and defining cultural geographies and built environments. In conjunction with this, I’ve maintained a deep commitment to design pedagogy – immersing myself in all levels of instruction, from introductory summer design camps for high school students to undergraduate design studios where intense making meets critical thinking, reflection and design speculation.

Hui Zou

Hui Zou

School of Architecture
Professor
352-294-1470
ARCH 134

PhD in Architectural History & Theory, McGill University, 2005
MS in Archi., University of Cincinnati, 1998
Dr Engi. in Architectural History & Theory, Tongji University, 1995
M Archi., Tongji University, 1991
B Archi., Chongqing Inst. of Architecture & Engineering, 1989

Fellows

  • Fellow of the Garden and Landscape Studies, Dumbarton Oaks (Harvard University), 2001-2002
  • Kenneth and Nelly Fung Fellow, Asian Cultural Council (New York), 2012-13

Research Fields

  • Architectural history, garden history, architectural philosophy, comparative cultural studies in the built environment

Book Publications (single author):

  • A Jesuit Garden in Beijing and Early Modern Chinese Culture (2011)
  • Suipian yu bizhao (Fragments and Mirroring) (2012)
  • The Chinese translation Jianzhu zai ai zhishang (2018) of Alberto Perez-Gomez’s book Built Upon Love

Paul D. Zwick

Paul D. Zwick

Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Professor Emeritus

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering Sciences
MAURP
BS Engineering
Construction Management

Dr. Zwick has been a faculty member in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Florida for over 30 years. He is presently a professor emeritus in Urban and Regional Planning. Paul has also been the Director of the GeoPlan Center in the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning. He was also the Interim Director of the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, the Director of the College Doctoral Programs and Department Chair in Urban and Regional Planning. Dr. Zwick’s areas of expertiseare in land use planning, GIS, environmental planning, and is also working within a new paradigm — Geodesign. He researches new land use and environmental models using GIS, visualization software, and spatial modeling for regional Geodesign and urban form. Dr. Zwick’s work includes the State of Florida Greenways plan, the development of the Florida geographic Data Library, and numerous visioning projects including the Florida MyRegion project. He has been an advisor to the Florida Department of Transportation, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the Florida Department of Community Affairs, and has been on professional boards for the Urban and Regional Systems Association, The Conservation Fund, 1000 Friends of Florida and the Florida American Planning Association. Dr. Zwick has published two books with ESRI Press. He is a coauthor with Margaret Carr for “Smart Land-Use Analysis: The LUCIS Model”, Esri Press Redlands, CA. March 2007. He is also a coauthor with Iris Patten and Abdulnaser Arafat for “Advanced Land-Use Analysis for Regional Geodesign: Using LUCISplus“, ESRI Press Redlands, CA. October 2015.

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