Author: Loren Rullman

Brian Schermer, Ph.D., is a licensed architect and associate professor of architecture at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He is also a principal at Workshop Architects, a nationally known firm that specializes in the design of student life facilities for higher education. His research focuses on understanding the college campus as a social ecology and the planning and design of campus places that foster community, learning, well-being, and inclusion. His research on campus capital mapping received the 2017 Certificate of Research Excellence from the Environmental Design Research Association. He also received a National Architectural Registration Boards award for Creative Integration in Practice and the Academy. He is a regular presenter at academic conferences and conferences for higher education professionals. He is the co-author of two books, Law and Practice for Architects and Building Bridges, Blurring Boundaries: The Milwaukee School of Environment-Behavior Studies