College of Art & Architecture
Architecture and Interior Design program
Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 1982
B.S. Math, Minor in Physics, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, Ill., 1968
M. Arch., University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore., 1982
Sustainable, Regenerative, Green Architecture
Community and Campus Planning
Sustainable/Regenerative Building Design
Bruce Haglund has been an architecture professor at the University of Idaho since 1982, involved in teaching, research, and continuing education. Haglund’s current interests, which build on over twenty years of experience, include sustainable and regenerative architectural design and its effects on buildings and occupants. He is past-president and current newsletter editor of the Society of Building Science Educators (SBSE). Professor Haglund recently completed a sabbatical leave as a scholar in residence at Ove Arup R&D in London. He's currently working on the multi-disciplinary Sustainable Idaho strategic initiative, developing the University's McCall Field Campus carbon-neutral demonstration project, and working with the design teams for new on-campus sustainable buildings for the Colleges of Art & Architecture and Engineering.
- “Case Study: John Hope Gateway Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden,” The Green Studio Handbook, second edition, Walter Grondzik and Alison Kwok, Architectural Press, 2011.
- Oct 2011, “Feasibility and design of a daylighted artificial sky,” for PLDC 2011, Madrid, Spain
- Oct 2008, “Pioneering the 2010 Imperative in Studio: Carbon-Neutral Studios 2006 and 2007” for PLEA 2008, Dublin, IE.
- “Chapter 35—Regeneration-based checklist” and “Chapter 37—Vital Signs” POE Closing the Loop, RIBA Enterprises, London, UK Sue Roaf, editor, 2004
- “Case Studies: Arup Campus, BedZED, and Druk White Lotus School,” The Green Studio Handbook, Walter Grondzik and Alison Kwok, Architectural Press, 2006.
- “The Fitness Test: Building as a Response to Environmental Factors,” The Built Environment, with Tom Bartuska. Tom Bartuska and Wendy McClure editors, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
- “Designing with the Environment,” The Built Environment, with Mike Owen. Tom Bartuska and Wendy McClure editors, John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
- Fall 2010-present, The Next Generation project, a FIPSE grant proposal to organize and conduct a national design competition which clearly documents the design conception, technical execution, expert analysis, and operational practices that yield Zero-Net -Energy (ZNE) performance. PIs Walter Grondzik, Ball State; Bruce Haglund, Idaho; Bob Koester, Ball State; and Alison Kwok, Oregon.
- Fall 2010-present, Naturally Lighted Artificial Sky explores the use of daylight to illuminate a consistent sky for testing daylighting models. With research assistants John Neary Fall 2009, Jonathan Gallup 2010-11, Arch 570 Fall 2011, and Beau Tanner, Doran Myrie, Garrett Lumens, Jennifer Meuller, Troy Phillips Spring 2012.
- Fall 2009-present, Naturally Lighted Artificial Sky explores the use of daylight to illuminate a consistent sky for testing daylighting models. With research assistants John Neary Fall 2009, Jonathan Gallup 2010-11, Arch 570 Fall 2011, and Beau Tanner, Doran Myrie, Garrett Lumens, Jennifer Meuller, Troy Phillips Spring 2012. UI Seed Grant awarded for construction and instrumentation of prototype sky July 2012–July 2013.
- Fall 2007-present, SBSE Carbon-Neutral Design Project (participant). Experimenting with, assembling, and distributing materials for teaching carbon-neutral studios. PIs: Jim Wasley (UWisM), Mary Guzowski (UMinn), Terri Meyer Boake (UWaterloo), and John Quale (UVa). AIA and anonymous grants: $150,000 for 2008-09.
- Fall 2002-Spring 2003, Scholar in Residence at Ove Arup & Partners Research & Development office, London, UK. Worked on a variety of research projects involving environmental conditions and occupant productivity as well as the Hotels of the Future project. Stipend: ₤30,000.
- Fall 2000-2005, Agents of Change Project. Role as advisor and faculty trainer in Alison Kwok’s (PI, University of Oregon) US Department of Education FIPSE funded ($575,000) project to transform teaching of environmental technology courses.
- Fall 2006-present, McCall Carbon-Neutral Field Campus Project. Master plan, design, and build new facilities at the McCall campus that achieve a carbon-neutral learning environment. Collaborating with Steve Hollenhorst, Steve Drown, Rula Awwad-Rafferty, Frank Jacobus, and graduate students. EPA P3 grant: $10,000 for 2007-08. EPA P3 awards $2,000 in 2008.
- Spring 2000-2002, EcoDorm Remodel. Collaborative work with students from Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Science, and Natural Resources to redesign a 1950s dorm for sustainable living.
- Fall 1995-1997, Reusing and Recycling Architectural Resources. A teaching module for an Architectural Compendium for Environmental Education. Building a demonstration shelter was part of the effort. With Kurt Rathmann. Funded by the University of Michigan, $10,000 for FY1996-97.
- Fellow, American Solar Energy Society, 2009
- Faculty Sponsor, Green Building Initiative P3 Award, Washington, DC, 2008 (McCall interdisciplinary team), $1,000
- Faculty Sponsor, AIChE YCOSST P3 Design Award, Washington, DC, 2008 (McCall interdisciplinary team), $1,000
- UI Advising Excellence Award Nominee, 2007
- Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, 2007 (John Faley)
- Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence, University of Idaho, 2005 (Charles Baxter & Megan Compton)
- Faculty of the Year Award, UI AIAS, 2004
- UI Sabbatical, Ove Arup & Partners R&D, London, UK 2002-2003
*See CV for full listings of publications, research, outreach and awards