In terms of scholarship, my focus in the relationship between structural behavior and architectural form is only matched by my research into teaching and learning strategies for architectural sciences, as well as my interest in the nature of light and sound in the design and experience of architecture.

My primary research into teaching and learning strategies focuses on the instructional design and delivery of structural content to architecture students. The research seeks to develop more effective methods of teaching and learning structures that can better serve the profile of learners in the architecture program. To date, the continuing study's incoming data points to the alternative learning method involving graphic actions as having a positive effect on learning performance and efficiency. It is foresighted that this research may develop towards investigating future questions such as aesthetic preferences of structural forms such as bridges, as well as the transfer of knowledge from a structures class to a studio setting.