Joseph F. Keuler

Joseph F. Keuler

Joseph F. Keuler

  • A.A.S., Nassau Community College, 1970
  • B.S., Pratt Institute, 1973
  • M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology, 1976
  • M.C.E., Manhattan College, 1978
First year at SCAD:
2002

"The professions within architecture, engineering and the building arts engage in both creative arts and mechanical sciences to design, construct and maintain the built environment in which we live. I have been fortunate to study and later work as an engineer and builder in the New York City metropolitan area. I have had the opportunity to witness great building design and follow the latest construction techniques. As a professor of architecture and engineering, I am pleased to share my field experiences with my students and hopefully inspire them to be creative and improve building materials and methods. My inspiration for teaching comes from the many successes my former students have shared with me about their lives and their careers in architecture and engineering."

Credentials

Serving as national director, American Institute of Constructors; New York State chapter founding member, president, and member, New York State Engineering Technology Association; founding member and member, Council of Engineering Technology in New York State; Northeast regional director and member, Associated Schools of Construction

Awards, recognition and honors

Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society; Sigma Lambda Chi National Construction Honor Society; "Pioneer in Engineering Technology Education in New York State," recognition of Founding Members by the Council of Engineering Technology in New York State at 25th anniversary dinner; "Outstanding Educator Award," recognition by the Central New York American Institute of Constructors for teaching; "American Institute of Constructor's Award," recognition by the Central New York American Institute of Constructors for professional practice

Organizations

American Society of Civil Engineers

Previous Positions

Associate professor of engineering, physics and technology, Nassau Community College; associate professor of environmental and resource engineering, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University

Courses Taught

  • ARCH 241Construction Technology I
  • ARCH 252 Structures I
  • ARCH 341Construction Technology II
  • ARCH 352 Structures II
  • ARCH 452 Structures III
  • ARCH 715 Construction Management
  • ARCH 753 Structures III