The School of Architecture is pleased to announce the addition of Professor Suzanne Lanyi Charles and Professor David Fannon to the full time faculty. Both Professors Charles and Fannon join us as tenure-track faculty members and each bring an expertise that complements the mission and philosophy of the program.
Professor Charles previously taught at the Taubman School of Architecture at the University of Michigan where she received the 2013 Faculty Excellence Award. Her current research examines physical, social, and economic changes in postwar suburban neighborhoods. She holds a doctorate from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. In her first semester here at Northeastern, Professor Charles will be teaching the Housing and Aggregation Studio as well as the Graduate Project Case Studies course.
See her full bio here.
Professor Fannon is a joint-appointment between the School of Architecture and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prior to his arrival at Northeastern. He has held positions at international engineering, architecture, A/E and specialty consulting firms, where he contributed to a range of new construction, renovation and historic restoration projects for government, higher-education and commercial clients. He holds a MS in Building Science and Sustainability from University of California, Berkeley and is both a registered architect and LEED Accredited professional. In his first semester here in the School of Architecture, he will be teaching Environmental Systems.
See his full bio here.