This inaugural event brings internationally renowned practitioners, researchers, and thought-leaders to campus for lectures, panel discussions, networking, and sharing. This symposium honors Professor Emeritus John Reynolds’ decades of contributions to sustainable design and energy policy.
Oregon Taught Teachers
A panel featuring three University of Oregon graduates with careers as professors of architecture
Virginia Cartwright, M.Arch ’81, on the UO Department of Architecture faculty, is the moderator. She is Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the UO Baker Lighting Lab. She explores light, form, and space through her research, architectural practice, and teaching. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Finland in 2010.
Alfredo Fernandez Gonzalez
Alfredo Fernandez Gonzalez, M. Arch. ‘99, is Professor of Architecture and the Director of the Natural Energies Advanced Technologies Laboratory at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Winner of several teaching awards, his research areas include energy efficiency and green design; passive and low-energy heating and cooling systems; and water harvesting, treatment and reuse systems.
David P.Y. Lung
David P.Y. Lung, B.Arch. ’74, M. Arch. ’78 and M.A.’78, is Kotewell Professor in the Built Environment at Hong Kong University. He is internationally recognized for his work in preservation of World Heritage Sites, including the Historic City of Macao, Kaiping Diaolou and Villages, and the Historic Cities in the Straits of Malacca. David won the University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and Allied Arts Ellis F. Lawrence Medal in 2013.
Susan Ubbelohde, M. Arch. ’81, is Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs at the University of California, Berkeley. Professor Ubbelohde and her partner George Loisos [also an Oregon grad] lead Loisos + Ubbelohde, an office of unconventional practice focused on high performance buildings. They bring research methods and advanced simulations to a wide range of architectural design solutions.