Wilson to Serve as Paul Rudolph Visiting Professor
T. Kelly Wilson will serve as the Paul Rudolph Visiting Faculty in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture during the spring term. Wilson works as an artist, architect and he is an Associate Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he has taught design and visual studies since 1996. He is also the Director of the Harvard Rome Program. Wilson’s drawings and paintings are shown in Boston, Columbus, Ohio, Providence, Rhode Island and most recently at the George Billis Gallery and Heskin Contemporary in New York City. His workshops at Auburn will address the subjects of spatial invention within drawing and architecture, focusing upon the perceptual organization of interior architecture and the city.
Paul Rudolf Visiting Faculty are distinguished practitioners invited to work with upper-level students in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture. Recent faculty include Marlon Blackwell (2008) and Roy and Marie Decker (2009).
APLA Welcomes New Faculty
Ryan Salvas, Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture, comes to Auburn University from practice within the Applied Technology Group of SHoP Architects in New York.
Kevin Moore, Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture and Interior Architecture, joins the faculty from the University of Texas at Austin, where he completed a Master of Architecture degree and as served as an instructor.
Robert Sproull, Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture returns to Auburn University from practice where he worked with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa, Italy and collaborated with Roto Architects in Los Angleles, California.