Assistant Professor of Environmental Technology and Material Sciences, Constructed Environments
White holds an MArch degree from the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in Architecture and Engineering Sciences Mechanical from Yale University. In 2009 White opened a consulting office for energy efficient buildings, drawing on his experience as a climate engineer and training in energy efficiency and environmental quality. His teaching appointments include courses on climate-responsive design on the graduate and undergraduate level at Columbia University (2005_2006) and Parsons (2007, 2009). He has been teaching at Parsons and has been central to the university's Solar Decathlon work, particularly as a leader in the Passive-House technology that will be deployed in that project.