Sam Olin, SCAD architecture professor

Samuel Olin

Architecture, urban design professor

Education

RA, LEED AP

  • B.A., University of Colorado, Boulder, 1987
  • M.L.A., North Carolina State University, 1993
  • M.Arch., North Carolina State University, 1995

Credentials

Gaining professional licensure as a registered architect

Awards, recognitions and honors

North Carolina American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award

Organizations

LEED Accredited Professional; Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture; U.S. Green Building Council, Savannah Branch Leadership Group

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • "Texas Sustainable School Design Guidelines," 1999 - co-author
  • "Guidelines for Energy-Efficient Sustainable Schools, Clark Co. Nevada," 2000 - co-author

Presentations

  • ACSA SE Regional Conference, Savannah, Georgia, Fall 2009: Topic Chair and author: "Landscape as Canvas"
  • ACSA NE Regional Conference, Hartford, Connecticut, Fall 2010; Seventh Savannah Symposium, The Spirituality of Place, Winter 2011: Paper presentation and author: "The Suburban Land(scape) Accordance"