M.Arch., Washington University, St. Louis
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Miami University of Ohio
Craig Griffen, RA, LEED AP, is an Associate Professor for the College of Architecture and the Built Environment at Thomas Jefferson University. Teaching since 1995, Professor Griffen coordinates and teaches in the architectural design studio and building technology curriculum. Specifically, he has taught second-year, fourth-year and design/build architecture studios, construction materials and methods courses, as well as courses that focus on building information modeling and sustainable construction. After receiving his Masters of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis in 1986 and undergraduate degree from Miami University in 1984, Professor Griffen practiced professionally in Chicago and Philadelphia for nine years before coming to the university and still maintains a small residential consulting practice. He has presented many papers on his applied research related to the integration of building technology and design, best practices for online studio delivery, and is currently conducting research and design on sustainable suburban developer housing.