Tom Wood

Professor Emeritus
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan 1972
Master of Architecture, University of Colorado 1975
Licensed architect: Montana, Colorado

Prior to his retirement in 2015, Tom taught for over 30 years at the School of Architecture focusing on the undergraduate environmental controls sequence and a graduate course in high performance buildings. He was the founding Director of the Integrated Design Lab, which assisted building designers with achieving significant energy savings. Tom was a past Regional Director on the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and served as NCARB’s representative to the National Architectural Accrediting Board. He served as Director of the School of Architecture, Acting Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Architecture, President of the Montana Board of Architects and Landscape Architects and as a member of a wide range of NCARB committees. Tom was born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and because it was so convenient, he earned his Bachelor of Architect degree from the University of Michigan. After working a few years in Denver he received a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado - Boulder with an emphasis on energy efficient design strategies. Tom currently resides in Colorado.