Jason Miller

 

Assistant Professor

Program Coordinator of Building Science

Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment

Appalachian State University

Education:

MArch, College of Design, North Carolina State University

BA, Washington and Lee University

Research Interests:

  • History of Architectural Tectonics

  • Sustainable Prefabrication and Modular Assemblies

  • Urban Spatial Analytics

  • Undergraduate Design and Construction Pedagogy

D. Jason Miller is an Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Building Science at Appalachian State University. He is also a registered architect practicing collaboratively in the mountains of western North Carolina through his firm, David Jason Miller Architect PLLC. His research focuses on sustainable design building methodologies, while his teaching interests lie in architectural design, history and theory. Jason has been a faculty advisor for Appalachian's entries to the 2011 US DOE Solar Decathlon and the Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 in Versailles, France. He also serves as a faculty director of the IDEXlab (Integrative Design Experience Laboratory), an applied learning environment in which real-world design-build projects are completed by student cohorts.