Ronald Ramsay
Associate Professor of Architecture
Ronald.Ramsay@ndsu.edu
Phone: 701-231-8506


Educational Credentials:

B.Arch., University of Oklahoma,1970
M.Arch., University of Texas at Austin,1992
PhD. in American History, University of Delaware (inprogress)


Recent Research, Publications and Creative Work:
"The Agincourt Sesqui Centennial "Main Gallery exhibit, Rourke Art Museum, Moorhead, MN (October 2007)
"Elegant Information: Historic architectural drawings as art "Main Gallery exhibit, Rourke Art Museum, Moorhead, MN(March April 2010)
"Home coming/Coming Home" Main Gallery exhibit, Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND (scheduled for October 2012)
"William Halsey Wood and the Path Not Taken" research toward a monograph and/or exhibit; a website will also be ready for launch in November2011.
"Building the Social Gospel: American religious architecture,1880-1920" Set for release Fall of 2012
The Buildings of North Dakota,volume in the national series "Buildings of the U.S." (collaboration with Steve Martens), sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians,University of Virginia Press (pending, August 2012)

Professional Memberships:

Society of Architectural Historians (former board member)
National Trust for Historic Preservation (former ND advisor)
Victorian Society in America Society of Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era Illinois Labor History Society

Courses Taught:

ARCH321 Architectural History I
ARCH322 Architectural History II
ARCH372 Architectural DesignIV
ARCH720 History/Theory Seminar "Minimalism"
ARCH725 Study Tour Abroad: "Urbanism of South America" (inBrazil/Argentina)

Teaching Experience:

Instructor, North Dakota State University, 1971-1975
Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University, 1975-1992
Associate Professor, North Dakota State University, 1992-present