Robin Z. Puttock, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP is a practicing architect with over twenty years of professional, national award-winning, sustainable design experience and seven years of international award-winning academic teaching, research and administration experience. She is an Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University and former Senior Lecturer at The University of Maryland and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Assistant Professor of Practice at The Catholic University of America.
Robin is the editor of the upcoming Teaching Carbon-Neutral Design in North America: Award-winning Architectural Design Studio Methodologies, Routledge 2024 and the faculty sponsor of a 2021 AIA/ACSA COTE Top Ten for Students Award winning team. She is a contributing author of Programming for Health and Wellbeing in Architecture, Routledge 2022, a co-Investigator of a $240k research grant and a co-chair of 9-University Climate Justice Symposium in April 2022.
Robin is the project architect of eleven LEED Certified buildings, including six Gold, including the first US Department of Education Green Ribbon School recognized by President Barack Obama. She is currently serving on 2 National AIA Leadership Groups: Committee on the Environment (COTE) and Higher Education Advisory Team (HEAT).