Paul Gleye
Professor of Architecture
701-231-5789
Paul.Gleye@ndsu.edu

 

CoursesTaught:

Arch371: Architectural Design III

Arch472: Architectural Design VI

Arch474: International Design Studio

Arch722: Urbanism

Arch725: Architecture of the Recent Past

Arch771: Advanced Architectural Design

 

Educational Credentials:
Ph.D. UrbanPlanning, UCLA, 1983

M.A. International Relations, Boston University, 1967

B.A. French and German, University of Wyoming, 1965


Teaching Experience:
Professor, North Dakota State University, 1998 present

Professor, Montana State University, 1994-1998

Associate Professor, Montana State University, 1987-1994


Professional Experience:
Formerly director of Urban Conservation Office, City of Pasadena,California.

Formerly contract city planner for cities of Three Forks and Manhattan, Montana.

 

License/Registration:
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

 

Selected Publications and Recent Research:

"City Planning vs. Urban Planning: Whither the Bifurcated Profession?"

Journal article submitted for publication, August 2011.

The Triumph of Visual Planning, manuscript under development.

 

Professional Memberships:
American Institute of Certified Planners