Andrew Doyle

Lecturer
(570) 961-4536 x2106
adoyle@marywood.edu

M.ARCH, summa cum laude | Norwich University

B.S. Architectural Studies, summa cum laude | Norwich University

Andrew Doyle's main areas of research within architecture include active vs passive learning strategies, architectural representation, and structured analytic techniques. Professor Doyle has advanced knowledge in both digital and analog media, and teaches digital media courses and a special topics course on post processing. He also instructs Building Assemblies and Design Studio.

He is working to develop new and innovative ways to teach creative thinking and has presented his research at The National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) in a national peer reviewed paper entitled "Material Assemblies: Alternative Mediums for Active Assimilation."

Andrew Doyle worked professionally for several years before coming to Marywood University. Most recently he worked with the firm Thurlow Small Architecture (TSA). With TSA he participated in numerous competitions and projects both nationally and abroad. Before working at TSA he was awarded the Henry Adams Medal for Excellence from the American Institute of Architects.