Posted on Aug 01, 2012 | Comments 0
The School of Architecture at the University of Hawaii Manoa is welcoming two women to its faculty.
Judith Stilgenbauer was named an associate professor. She is the first tenure-track landscape architect in the university’s history. At the University of Hawaii, she will develop a graduate program in landscape architecture. Professor Stilgenbauer holds degrees in landscape architecture from the Technical University of Munich in Germany and the University of California at Berkeley.
Maria Simon is a new assistant professor of architecture. With extensive experience in private practice, she has taught at Lawrence Technological University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Simon is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and holds a master’s degree in architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.