Associate Professor of Architecture
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David Karle, is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, College of Architecture where he teaches courses in design and contemporary American urbanism. Karle holds a Master and Bachelor degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan where he graduated with distinction and was awarded the Williams LeBaron Jenney Scholar. In addition to teaching at the University of Nebraska, he has also taught undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Michigan.
He has worked professionally throughout the United States including, Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects and at Terroir Architects in Sydney, Australia.
Areas of Research
Representing contemporary American forms of urbanism
Urbanism and architectural typologies