Glenn Howells has been appointed as Visiting Professor at Birmingham City University’s School of Architecture and Design.
The role will see him provide a series of masterclasses for students and offer advice and guidance for those training to enter the profession; using his expertise and industry experience to develop the next generations of architects in the city. He will give a public Inaugural Lecture on Monday 12th November from 6pm.
“I am delighted to be appointed. I look forward to being closely involved in supporting the excellent architectural programme working with students and the academic team. I am particularly keen to explore opportunities for the University to be engaged and be part of the huge transformation that is happening in the city.”
Professor Kevin Singh, Head of Birmingham City University’s School of Architecture, said:
“We are delighted to be able to welcome Glenn as a visiting professor. Having someone with his experience, expertise, talent, and passion for quality design to contribute to the development of our students will play a really valuable role in enriching their education here. We are all looking forward to his inaugural lecture which will be the first of many contributions he is able to make to the School of Architecture here at Birmingham City University.”
This adds to Glenn’s portfolio of advisory roles for cultural and education organisations which includes Ikon Gallery, MADE (the West Midlands Architecture Centre), RIBA, CABE, University of Warwick, and Birmingham Hippodrome.