Charlton Lewis

Senior Lecturer
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs

Margaret McDermott Centennial Teaching Fellow in Architecture

Charlton Lewis is a Senior Lecturer and the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, where he earned a Post-Professional Master's and a Bachelor of Architecture. He has taught continuously at UTSOA since 2006, in design and construction courses, and in seminar courses such as Race and Gender: By Design, which examines the relationship of design relative to narratives of race, gender, equity, and diversity.

Over the last several years he has served in various service capacities on both UTSOA and university levels, including as Co-Chair of the UTSOA Committee of Diversity and Equity, and on the University’s Graduate Education Task Force. He is currently the faculty liaison for the UTSOA chapter of NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students), and a faculty representative for the Design Futures Public Interest Design Forum. He is also currently serving as the Educator member of the Texas Society of Architects, and on the University’s Faculty Advisory Committee on Budgets.

EDUCATION

  • Master of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Bachelor of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin

Co-Editor and Contributor, Platform 2017, Fall 2016 – 2017

Charlton Lewis
AREAS OF INTEREST
  • Undergraduate Education
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Professional Development
COURSES TAUGHT

Various Undergraduate Studio Courses 

Construction I

Race & Gender By Design Seminar 

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