Gregory Luhan, AIA, is a recognized architect, scholar and author. He is the Associate Dean for Administration and the John Russell Groves Endowed Professor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky. He teaches digital studios and seminars on design theory, systems thinking and design computing in the School of Architecture and the Department of Historic Preservation. His professional practice includes award-winning, research-driven projects that have enabled him to forge collaborative relationships with disciplines outside architecture, most notably engineering, education, business, communications, physics, arts & sciences, and the fine arts. Luhan participates synchronously at very high degrees of proficiency and across a variety of levels, scales, media and contexts that serve the public and academic community through effective engagement, applied learning/research and practiced expertise.