Resume

RODNEY CULVER HILL, FAIA 

Piper Professor for Teaching Excellence, State of Texas, May 2011                                                      

2010 Presidential Professor for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M University, May 2010

ING Professor of Excellence Award, October 2010

Harold L. Adams Interdisciplinary Professorship in Architecture

Eppright University Professorship in Undergraduate Teaching Excellence

Institute for Applied Creativity-Board of Directors

Center for Housing and Urban Design-Research Fellow

Center for Health Systems and Design Faculty Fellow

CRS Center-Research Fellow

Professor, College of Architecture

Department of Architecture

Texas A&M University

 

Birthplace:                   Lubbock, Texas                                   Citizenship:  U.S.A.

 

Marital Status:             Married                                               No. of Children:  2

 

Professional Interest:   Future Studies

Innovation & Invention

Environmental Psychology

                                    Creativity

                                    Architecture

                                    Sculpture

 

EDUCATION:

 

Master of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, 1969

            Behavioral and Social Factors in Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture, Texas Tech University, 1962

            Architecture

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Institute for Applied Creativity, TAMU, Board of Directors, May 2002-present

Associate Dean for Student Services, College of Architecture, 1991 – August 2001

Director of Undergraduate Programs, College of Architecture, 1989 - 1991.

In charge of student exchange program with Universidad Francisco Marroquin, Guatemala, CA, 1989-Present

Taught in Texas A&M Italian Study Abroad Program, Summer 1988.

Professor, Department of Architecture, College of Architecture, Texas A&M University, September 1980-Present

Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Design, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, 1974-1980

Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental Design, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, 1969-1974

Teaching Assistant, University of California, Berkeley, 1968-1969-Team taught the first course on future studies at Berkeley

 

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSE:

 

Registered Architect, State of Texas #3180

 

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:

 

Texas Society of Architects

American Institute of Architects

Brazos Valley Society of Architects

American Creativity Association

World Future Society

Board of Directors-Institute for Applied Creativity

Board of Directors of Texas Easy Living/Axess Texas

 

EXHIBITS:

TAMU Faculty Show Spring, 2005

TAMU Faculty Show, Spring, 2000

TAMU Faculty Show, Spring 1999

TAMU Faculty Show ,Spring 1998

TAMU Faculty Show, Spring 1997

TAMU Faculty Show, Spring 1996

TAMU Faculty Show, Spring 1993

TAMU Faculty Show, Fall 1987

Exhibited sculpture at the following galleries:

      Texas A&M University Faculty Exhibit - MSC Gallery

      Texas A&M College of Architecture Exhibit, Ernest Langford Architecture Center Gallery

      One Main Place Gallery, Dallas, Texas

      Igor Meade Gallery, San Francisco, California

      Sutton Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana

      Baker Gallery, Lubbock, Texas

      Country Gallery, New York, New York

      Dubose Gallery, Houston, Texas

      University Museum of Fine Arts, Berkeley, California

      Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

 

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Received the Betty Unterberger award for outstanding contributions to the Honors and Undergraduate Research community, TAMU, May 2012

 

Inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects, Washington DC, May 2012

 

Design Intelligence-selected as one of 25 of the most admired design professors in the United States-Jan. 2012

 

Piper Professor for Teaching Excellence, State of Texas, May 2011

 

ING Professor of Excellence Award, Texas A&M University, Oct. 2010

 

2010 Student Led Award for Teaching Excellence (SLATE) Recipient-Spring 2010, July 2010

 

2010 Presidential Professor for Teaching Excellence, Texas A&M University, May 2010

 

Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology, 21st International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, April, 2010, Jacksonville, Florida

 

Awarded the Association of Former Students College Level Distinguished Achievement Award, Fall, 2009

 

TAMU Student Leaders named Fish Orientation Camp for Rodney Hill, Summer 2009

 

Awarded the Harold L. Adams Interdisciplinary Professorship in Architecture, May, 2007

 

Received the Wells Fargo Honors faculty Mentor, April, 2007

 

Received the TAMU Honors Teacher/Research Award, March, 2007

 

Board of Directors of Texas Easy Living/Axcess Texas-2007-present

 

Presented the Champion of Creativity Award at the American Creativity Association International Conference, 2006

 

Awarded Outstanding Alumni for Texas Tech University School of Architecture, 2005

 

Awarded the Eppright University Professorship in Undergraduate Teaching Excellence, TAMU, 2005-2008

 

Awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award for the College of Architecture, 2003-2004

 

Awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award for the College of Architecture, 2002-2003

 

Presented the Texas Society of  Architects’ Edward J. Romieniec Award for Architectural Education, 2000 (Outstanding Educator for the State of Texas)

 

Awarded Honorary Doctorate & Distinguished Professor of Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala City, November, 1998

 

TAMU Student Leaders named Summer Transfer Camp for Rodney Hill, Summer 1994

 

Elected “TAMU Parents of the Year”, 1993-94

 

Board of Directors, Texas Tech University, College of Architecture Alumni Association, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97

 

Elected to 1993-94, 1994-5 Board of Directors of American Creativity Association

 

TAMU Association of Former Students University Level Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award in Student Relationships, May 1992

 

TAMU Ed Guthrie University Advisor Award, May 1992

 

TAMU Student Leaders named Fish Orientation Camp for Rodney Hill, Summer 1991

 

Awarded the 1989 National Academy of Management "Best Paper of 1989 Award"

, Washington, DC, "Creativity in Individuals and Groups"

 

Awarded the 1989 American Institute of Architects Education Honors Award

 

Association of Former Students University Level Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award, Texas A&M University, 1985

 

Awarded the Outstanding Professor Award of Architecture for the Association of Colleges & Schools of Architecture in the United States, 1984 - Finalist and Honorable Mention

 

Received the Association of Former Students College Level  Teacher Achievement Award from Texas A&M University Association of Former Students, 1983-84

 

Student Senate Distinguished Student-Faculty Relations, Texas A&M University, 1970

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