Kevin Hofmann

2023 Summer Fellow
Kevin Hofmann is an educator, researcher, and designer whose work often involves creative conservation. He is an assistant professor of architecture at SUNY Alfred State College, where he leads the thesis program and teaches first-year fundamentals studios. His current research examines the unique opportunities and challenges of developing design pedagogies in rural contexts. Before joining Alfred, he taught at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and the Michael Graves School of Public Architecture at Kean University. Concurrent with these roles, he was the assistant director of the James Rose Center, a landscape architectural research center in Ridgewood, NJ. Prior to teaching college, Kevin was a high school math and STEM teacher as a 2015 Teach for America Corps Member. Kevin holds a B.Arch. from NJIT, where he was the New Jersey School of Architecture Medal recipient, and an M.S. Ed. from the University of Pennsylvania.


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