SchoolArt + Design
Associate Professor of Instruction
Nic Campbell, Ph.D., LEED GA, CAPS
As an educator and researcher, Dr. Nic Campbell supports the study and development of socially and environmentally conscious design methods that enhance the health and well-being of inhabitants. With an eye towards integrating service-learning opportunities, Campbell teaches interior design studio courses, environment and behavior studies, gerontological design, materials and finishes, sustainable design, and other undergraduate as well as graduate level courses.
Dr. Campbell’s education and professional work experience is in interior architecture. From this vantage point, Campbell’s research examines design and building that optimizes health and wellness, with a particular emphasis on elderly inhabitants and supporting social interaction through the built environment. Working with partner organizations needing solutions to design problems, Campbell’s research, used to inform optimal design solutions, has been published in numerous academic journals including:
- Journal of Housing for the Elderly
- Journal of Housing and the Built Environment
- Journal of Architecture and Planning Research
- Housing and Society
- Journal of Gerontology & Geriatrics Research
- Journal of Interior Design
Campbell’s professional conference as well as university and corporate guest lectures on affordable housing, accessory dwellings, sustainable design, and design for older adults that support health and wellness include both national and international appointments.
For more information on Dr. Campbell’s background, qualifications, and publications, please visit:
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin – Madison
M.S. Illinois State University
B.A. DePauw University