Paul Gleye
Professor of Architecture



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.


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