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Goldman, Glenn

Contact Info
Title: Director, School of Art + Design; Professor
Office: 683 Weston
Phone: 973-596-3012
Dept: Architecture and Design


 M. Arch.; Architecture; Harvard University/Graduate School of Design; New York, NY; 1978

B.A.; Architecture; Columbia University/Columbia College; Cambridge, MA; 1974

Teaching Experience

 New Jersey Institute of Technology – Newark, NJ

Founding Director, School of Art + Design (2007-present);

Designated as Master Teacher (2010);

Professor (1996-present);

Associate Professor (1987-1996);

Tenure Granted (1987);

Assistant Professor (1982-1986)

Boston Architectural Center – Boston, MA
Studio Critic (1981)
Iowa State University – Ames, IA
Assistant Professor (1979-1980);
Instructor and Academic Advisor (1978-1979)

Professional Experience

Glenn Goldman, Architect; Architect/Principal (1984 – present); Tenafly, NJ

J.F. Caulfield Associates; Architect (1983-1986); Hoboken, NJ

Jung/Brannen Associates, Inc.; Architect (1980-1982); Boston, MA

Charles Herbert and Associates; Project Planner and Designer (1979 and 1980/discontinuous); Des Moines, IA

Moshe Safdie Architects, Ltd.; Designer/Draftsman (1976); Jerusalem, Israel

Skidmore, Owings and Merrill; Graphic Designer (1975); Boston, MA

Institute for Environmental Action; Graphic Designer and Researcher (1974); New York, NY

Courses I Teach


Selected Publications


Digital Media and the Beginning Designer, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2012
A Wider View of Integrated Practice, AIA Integrated Practice Forum; October 2006; Oak Park, IL
Architectural Graphics: Traditional and Digital Communication. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1997
Reconstructions, Remakes and Sequels: Architecture in Motion Pictures, ACADIA 1996; Tucson, AZ
Image Sampling (with M. Stephen Zdepski), ACADIA 1990, Bozeman, MT
Abstraction and Representation: Computer Graphics and Architectural Design (with M. Stephen Zdepski), ACADIA      1988, Ann Arbor, MI