Ted Ertl

Brief Vitae

B.Arch. and M.Arch., University of Colorado

Initial architectural license in Colorado, and Nebraska, NCARB certification; architectural practice in Denver; associate professor of architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; visiting professor at the University of Hannover, Germany and Bolton Street College of Technology, Dublin, Ireland; Nebraska State Preservation Coordinator and member to the AIA Committee on Historic Resources; fellow of the Center for Great Plains Studies; Board of Directors of the Alpha Rho Chi Foundation; architectural historian and consulting preservation architect.

Areas of Interest

Teaching interests include historic architects, the development of architectural theory, and the unfolding nature of architectural practice from the Renaissance through the Nineteenth Century; architectural studio interests are in methodological issues of the design process and environmental issues of critical regionalism; research interest in architects of the mid-west and the development of the architectural profession in the nineteenth century; preservation interest in the identification, restoration, rehabilitation, and adaptive use of historic architecture.

Ted Ertl