Glen S. LeRoy, FAIA, FAICP

Dean, College of Architecture and Design


Glen S. LeRoy

Educational background

Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1976
Master of City Planning, University of Pennsylvania, 1976
Master of Architecture, Tulane University, 2004
Bachelor of Architecture, Tulane University, 1973



Positions held in academic institutions

Dean, Lawrence Technological University, College of Architecture and Design, Professor, 2006-present
Associate Professor, University of Kansas, School of Architecture & Urban Design, 1986-2001
Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, School of Architecture & Urban Design, 1980-1986


Courses taught in the past two years

ARC4264 Allied Studio: Paris 



Professional Background

Principal, Gould Evans Associates, 1990-2005
Principal, Glen S. LeRoy, AIA, AICP,1984-1990
Principal Urban Designer, HNTB, 1983-1984
Project Architect and Urban Designer, Design Build Architects, 1980-1983
Project Architect and Planner, Marshall and Brown, Architects and Planners,1979-1980
Project Architect, Abend Singleton Associates, 1978-1979
Project Architect and Planner, Heery and Heery, 1976-1978
Architectural Intern, Sidorowicz Architects, 1973-1975



Significant publications, creative projects, and/or paper presentations

1.    "New Urbanism and J.C. Nichols' Legacy," Review: Architecture, 2003, Vol. 5, No.6., 2003.
2.    "Creating a Place for Learning-Everywhere, All the Time," Community College Journal, 
       Volume 72, Number 1, August/September, 2001. (co-authored with Lucy Brajevich).   
3.    Four Architectural Textbooks Illustrated: Concepts in Architectural Acoustics,
       Concepts in Thermal Comfort, Concepts in Building Fire Safety; M. David Egan, author.
4.    Presentation: "Achieving Consensus through Public Participation,"
       American Planning Association, National Conference, September 10, 2003.
5.    Presentation: "The Form of Sustainable Cities," Affordable Comfort National Conference,
       Kansas City, Missouri, April 1, 2003.
6.    Presentation: "Wise Growth and Smart Development," Gulf of Mexico Symposium,
       Mobile, Alabama, April 11, 2000.



Awards, recognitions, grants, competitions

1.    Fellow, American Institute of Architects, 1999
2.    Fellow, American Institute of Certified Planners, 2000
3.    FOCUS Kansas City, a Comprehensive and Strategic Plan, American Planning Association,
       National Outstanding Planning Award, 1997
4.    Fairhope Comprehensive Plan, Fairhope, Alabama, American Planning    
       Association, Alabama Chapter, Award of Excellence, 2001
5.    Missouri Riverfront Corridor Plan, American Society of Landscape
       Architects, Prairie Gateway chapter, Merit Award, 2000    
6.    Distinguished Planning Award, American Planning Association, Missouri
       Chapter, 2000
7.    Bradley Award for Teaching Excellence, Univeristy of Kansas, 1987

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

1.    American Institute of Architects National Conference, attendee/delegate
2.    American Planning Association, attendee and speaker
3.    Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, attendee
4.    Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, attendee and speaker
5.    AIA Michigan Leadership Conference, speaker
6.    AIA Michigan Design Workshop, attendee


Professor Badih A. Jawad is the chairman of the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering.
He joined Lawrence Tech in 1996 and was promoted to full professor in 2006. His areas of expertise are thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer and internal combustion engines.
Jawad has been part of many initiatives involving faculty, staff, students and the College of Engineering. He served as the faculty advisor to the Formula SAE team and the "supermileage car" project. He is also the director of the master of science degree program in mechanical engineering (MSME) program.
He has served as director of the University Assessment Program, the College of Engineering representative on the Graduate Council and as a co-chair for the Faculty and Staff Campaign several times.
He has a B.S. and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, and an M.S. and a Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering all from Wayne State University. Previously, he taught at several local universities and also worked as a Research and Product Development Engineer for Chrysler Corporation.
Dr. Jawad is a member of several engineering and professional societies, and has participated and attended many conferences in which he published numerous technical papers with his students. He also chaired and reviewed papers for various conferences, and has reviewed books for several national publishers.