Milton S. Yergens
Adjunct Professor of Architecture
Milton.Yergens@ndsu.edu

 

Courses Taught:
ARCH 371 Architectural Design IV

ARCH 372 Architectural Design V

ARCH 771 Architectural Design VIII


Educational Credentials:
B.Arch., North Dakota State University, 1973
M.Arch., University of Arizona 1995,


Teaching Experience:
Instructor, North Dakota State University, 1987-1993
Senior Lecturer, North Dakota State University, 1994-1995
Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University, 1996-2003

Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University, 2009-present

Adjunct Professor, Minnesota State University Moorhead, 2010-2011


Licenses/Registration:
Minnesota License (#015364)

North Dakota License (#718)

NCARB Certificate (#22,459)


Selected Publications and Recent Research:
"The Agincourt Sequa-Centennial" Main Gallery exhibit, Rourke Art Museum, Moorhead, MN

The B.F.Tabor Component (with Merritt Larson, Mallory Larson, Melissa, Trueblood )
Joint Painting Exhibits with Molly Yergens 13 Townships, 5 Villages, 1 Big Garden & More Fosston Art -Center, Fosston, MN
-Rourke Art Museum, Moorhead, MN
-St. Paul Gallery, St. Paul Minnesota
Design Communication Association Proceedings, Montana State University
"Fusion: The evolving bond between pencil and pixel after digital deployment Applications of computer
software for managing information and for graphically solving design problems.
Design Communication Association Proceedings, University of Arizona "Notes from a Reluctant Futurist"

 

Professional Memberships:
Minnesota Design Team
Design Communication Association


Background and Experience:
As a faculty member from 1987-2003, my coursework was polarized from foundation studies, including design communication and beginning design studio, to critiquing architectural design thesis students and delivering a variety of professional fifth year seminars. Now as adjunct studio critic at the third year, I clearly understand the student's past exposure and their future demands and I can respond accordingly. My continued architectural practice contributes to this year's technical / pragmatic coursework.