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Timothy O. Adekunle, Ph.D. (he/his)

Associate Professor, Interim Chair



ARCH 6352 Sustainable Design

ARCH 6015 Graduate Design Studio

ARCH 6760 Architectural Internship

ARCH 6975 M.S. Project


Timothy Adekunle holds a Ph.D. in Architecture with a specialization in sustainable architecture from the University of Kent, UK. He also holds a professional postgraduate degree in higher education (PGCHE) from the University of Kent. He is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (now, Advance Higher Education - HE) and a member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Dr. Adekunle has published several peer-reviewed articles in highly preferred journals such as Building and Environment, Building Research & Information, Building Engineering, Intelligent Building International, Sustainability, Energies, Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, Frontiers in Built Environment, etc. He co-edited a book titled “ICSDEMS 2019”, a collection of peer-reviewed chapters from the field of architecture, sustainable design, and engineering. Dr. Adekunle has presented at several international conferences and is a reviewer for many journals. He is also a reviewer for the National Science Foundation (NSF). Adekunle has served as an evaluator for the New England Higher Education Commission (NECHE). He serves on the Editorial Board of TAD (Technology | Architecture + Design) Journal. He also serves on the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Research & Scholarship Committee. Prior to joining the University of Utah, Dr. Adekunle was an Associate Professor at the University of Hartford. His teaching and research interests include architectural design, sustainable architecture, integrated building technology, building performance, post-occupancy evaluation, materials, building and environmental systems integration, energy, and thermal comfort.