Adam Thibodeaux is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture where he teaches core studios, graduate studios and seminars, and other courses focused on inclusive design and social justice. He previously served as an Inclusive Design Fellow and Instructional Teaching Fellow at the Yale School of Architecture and as a Public Interest Design Fellow at the University of Texas Center for Sustainable Development. Adam holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas and a Post-Professional Master of Architecture from Yale University, where he received the Moulton Andrus Award for excellence in art and architecture. He is a licensed architect and directs a small independent practice alongside his work as co-director of Kingfish
, a project space on Buffalo's West Side.