Adjunct instructor teaching ARC322/END322 - "Race and Place in the Built Environment"
His academic experience extends into the studio as well as into the history and theory of architecture. Previously, Ebert was an assistant professor at Alfred State College where he taught design studios, environmental controls, and architectural history. His research investigates the worlds of the cultural in-between.
For fall of 2021, he is teaching the ARC322/END322 (Race and Place in the Built Environment). Ebert guest-taught this course at UB in the fall of 2018, and offered an individualized version of the course's content as an independent study this past spring at SUNY Alfred.
Ebert holds a BS in Architecture from Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture, graduating with honors. Also from Ohio State, he earned a Master of Architectural Studies in Criticism and Theory, where he was awarded the Exit Review Prize for his graduate thesis. In 2013, he received a Master of Arts in Architecture degree from UCLA's Critical Studies program.