Ted Shelton, FAIA, LEED AP, Associate Professor
College of Architecture and Design, University of Tennessee

Raised in Chattanooga, Ted Shelton received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee, where he received the Torchbearer Award: the highest honor bestowed upon undergraduates. Following graduation, he began an architectural internship in Tulsa, Oklahoma while simultaneously earning a Master of Architecture in urban design from the University of Oklahoma. He then practiced in Seattle for a number of years, including several with the Miller|Hull Partnership.

In 2002, Ted was named a Flubright Fellow. During his fellowship in Estonia, he investigated how architecture has been adapted over the last century in efforts to exert political and cultural influence. He then spent a year at the Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies at Cambridge, where he earned a Master of Philosophy in Environmental Design in Architecture. After serving as an adjunct professor at Temple University, Ted joined the faculty at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, where he is now an Associate Professor.

Ted is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He was a 2005 recipient of an Ecological Literacy in Architectural Education Award from the AIA National Committee on the Environment and the TIDES foundation, a 2007 Research for Practice Grant from the AIA National Board Knowledge Committee, and a 2008-09 Collaborative Practice Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. In 2012, he was named a Fellow of the Institute for Urban Design, and in 2013, was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Additionally, he was the 2012-14 James Johnson Dudley Faculty Scholar at the University of Tennessee.


Tricia Stuth, FAIA, Associate Professor
College of Architecture and Design, University of Tennessee

A native of Wisconsin, Tricia Stuth earned both a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and a Master of Architecture from the University of Wisconsin: Milwaukee, where her thesis project was at the top of her class. Following graduation, she spent a year teaching at her alma mater as an adjunct instructor while simultaneously beginning her professional internship. After relocating to Seattle, she worked for several years as a project manager for the Miller|Hull partnership.

Tricia completed her internship with the offices of Ellis-Miller in Cambridge, England and Kieran/Timberlake Associates in Philadelphia. While in Philadelphia, she was also an adjunct assistant professor at Temple University. In 2004, she joined the faculty of the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee, where she is a James R. Cox Professor of Architecture. Her research is focused on the unseen aspects of site as a vehicle for connecting design to place.

Tricia is licensed in the State of Washington and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. She is the recipient of the 2008-09 ACSA/AIA Housing Design Education Award, the 2009-10 ACSA/AIA New Faculty Teaching Award, and the 2012-13 ACSA/AIA Design/Build Award. Additionally, she received the 2010 AIA Young Architects Award, which "is given to individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career."