College of Art and Architecture
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2461
Moscow, ID 83844-2461

phone: (208) 885-4409
fax: (208) 885-9428
email: caa@uidaho.edu


Urban Design Center
322 E Front Street, Suite 120
Boise, ID 83702

phone: (208) 334-2999
email: arch@uidaho.edu
website: uidaho.edu/caa/facilities/udc

Integrated Design Lab
306 S 6th St.
Boise, ID 83702

phone: (208) 429-0220
email: kevinv@uidaho.edu
website: www.idlboise.com


Jaap Vos
The new Program Head of Bioregional Planning and Community Design, Jaap Vos is an accomplished planner, scholar and academic administrator with outstanding skills at making connections with communities and involving our students in real life projects.
Gary Austin
Associate professor in Landscape Architecture, co-advises the Community Design specialization. His teaching and research focus on design and construction of constructed wetlands for wastewater, stormwater treatment and for habitat and recreation, and green infrastructure for the integration of stormwater, recreation, habitat and utilities.
Nick Sanyal
Associate professor in Conservation Social Sciences, supervises BIOP students that design their own specializations and teaches conservation planning and studies working landscapes, communities and institutions necessary for the use, enjoyment, planning and conservation of natural resources.
Stephen Drown
Chair of Landscape Architecture and a University of Idaho Extension Education Specialist for Bioregional Planning and Community Design. He also directs the Rapid Response Design Team (RRDT), a rural community design assistance program.
David Paul
Associate professor in Movement Sciences, supervises BIOP students that design their own specialization. His teaching and research focus on investigating the relationships between physical activity, food intake, and chronic disease; studying the relationship between the built environment and obesity in children and adults; developing methodologies to improve the measurement of physical activity and food intake.
Lorie Higgins
Associate professor in Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, supervises BIOP students that design their own specializations. She directs the Two Degrees Northwest:  Where Art Meets the Land program that identifies, develops and promotes unique arts, foods, cultures, heritage, sites and experiences of north central Idaho and southeastern Washington.  She also plays a leadership role in Community Coaching for Grassroots Action, a program designed to ignite, coach and sustain positive change in small Idaho towns; and coordinates and facilitates community listening sessions in Idaho Community Reviews.
Dean Mark Hoversten
Mark Elison Hoversten, Ph.D., FASLA, AICP
Dean of the College of Art and Architecture; Professor of Landscape Architecture
Focus: Site Design, Land Planning and Public Policy
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Michael Lowry
Assistant professor in Civil Engineering, oversees the Transportation Specialization. His teaching and research focus on planning for bicycle and pedestrian travel, transportation investment decision-making, and the interaction between the built environment and travel behavior.