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Joshua Berman

Assistant Professor of Practice


School of Architecture

570-348-6211 x2310

Cntr for Architectural Studies 275

Courses taught:

Foundation Design II ARCH-120
Design Studio III ARCH-210
Public Design Project I ARCH-329
Public Design Project II ARCH-429
Independent Study AIS ARCH-499C
Independent Study ARCH-599
Interior Architecture Studio IV IARC-220A
Interior Architecture Studio V IARC-310A
Joshua Berman is a craftsman, designer, and educator. Through an integrated approach to history, historic preservation, and adaptive reuse, his teaching emphasizes the importance of experiential learning and public engagement as change agents for community empowerment. Joshua is passionate about developing action-oriented projects that focus on creating places where people reflect on a sense of shared inheritance and collective consciousness as a means of community building. His approach to public design projects bridges the gap between education, service, and networking to strengthen bonds between students and their neighborhoods. He holds a Masters of Design Studies in Historic Preservation from the Boston Architectural College, and a Masters in Interior Architecture from Marywood University.