college of architecture + design ashraf ragheb

Ashraf RaghebAshraf Ragheb, Ph.D.

Building Systems Coordinator
Assistant Professor

Educational background
Positions held in academic institutions
Courses taught in the past two years
Positions held in design practice
Significant publications, creative projects, and/or paper presentations
Awards, recognitions, grants, competitions
Professional licenses, memberships and service
Professional development

 

Educational background

Ph.D., College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2011
M.S.Arch, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2003
B.Arch with honors, College of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, 1991

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Positions held in academic institutions

Assistant Professor, College of Architecture and Design, Lawrence Technological University, 2006
Assistant Professor, School of Architecture and Urban Planning , University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2005
Lecturer, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, 2004
Lecturer/Studio Instructor, College of Engineering, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt, 1997

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Courses taught in the past two years

ARC2313  Building Systems I
ARC2323  Building Systems II
ARC5592  Sustainable Building Systems
ARC5592  Directed Study Courses

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Positions held in design practice

1.    Project Manager, Planning and Urban Development "PUD" Consultants, Cairo, 1998-2000
2.    Project Architect, Engineering Consultants Group ECG, Cairo, 1994-1996
3.    Project Architect, Dar El-Handasah Consultants, London, (Current partner of Perkins & Will, Chicago, USA), 1991-1993

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Significant publications, creative projects, and/or paper presentations

1.    Ragheb, A.," Towards Future of Our Buildings: Design for Recycling and Deconstruction", 
       Building Futures Council (BFC) Conference, Las Vegas, NV, March 2005. 
2.    Ragheb, A. et al, "Environmental Impacts of building flooring systems", Industrial Ecology Symposium,
       School of Natural Resources and Environment, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2003

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Awards, recognitions, grants, competitions

1.    "Academic Cooperation Award", Construction and Specification Institute CSI, June 2007
2.    SARUP Teaching Fellow, School of ARch & Urban Planning SARUP, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 2005-2006
3.    Guest Critic, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee architecture design studio, 2006
4.    "Beginning Teaching Fellowship", College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan, winter 2005
5.    "Michigan Teaching Fellow" award, University of Michigan, June 2004

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  Professional licenses, memberships and service

1.    Member, American Institute of Architects
2.    Member, U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
3.    Member, Society of Building Science Educators SBSE
4.    Coordinator - Building Systems Program Sequence, College of Architecture and Design, LTU, since fall 2006
5.    Member, College of Architecture and Design, LTU, 3+ MArch. Curriculum committee, spring 2007
6.    Member, LTU Honor Program Committee, spring 2007
7.    Member, Doctoral Advisory Committee - Candidates rep, College of Arch, University of Michigan, 2004
8.    Member, Egyptian Association of Architects EAA, 1993 - present
9.    Registered Arch Engineer, Egyptian Institute of Engineers, 1992-present

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 Professional development (meetings/conferences attended, continuing education courses, etc., in the last five years)

1.    Construction and Specifications Institute CSI annual conference, Detroit, June 2007
2.    University Professors workshop, International Masonry Institute IMI, Portland State University, Portland, OR, 2007
3.    "Green Building at the University of Michigan", Midwest Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (MAPPA), 
       Annual Meeting and Educational Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, October 2003
4.    "Green Architecture: Goals and Strategies", American Institute of Architects, Detroit Chapter,
       Continuing Education Fest, Detroit, MI, March 2002

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