Kurt Teichert

In addition to serving as an Interior Architecture critic at RISD, Kurt Teichert is a senior lecturer in Environmental Studies at the Institute for Environment and Society at Brown University. He teaches and advises students on sustainable design, environmental stewardship, urban infrastructure and transportation technology and policy. Involved in research, design and construction of high-performance educational facilities for over 25 years, Teichert holds an MAS in Agricultural and Resource Economics from Oregon State University and a BA from Franklin and Marshall College.

Fall 2017 Courses

  • INTAR-2360-01 Applied Building Systems For Adaptive Reuse
  • NMSE-8900-03 ISP Non-major Elective
  • BA, Franklin Marshall College
  • MAS, Oregon State University


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