Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, University Texas, 1967; Master of Arts in Architectural History, University of Virginia, 1970; Doctor of Philosophy in Architectural History, Cornell Univercity, 1974.
Instructor architecture, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1971-1972;
associate professor architectural history, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, New York, 1980-1983;
from assistant to associate professor architecture, U. Maryland., College Park, 1972-1980;
associate professor architecture, New Jersey Institute Technology, Newark, 1983-1986;
associate professor architecture and art history, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1986. Visiting professor art history University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1979. Visiting professor architecture Columbia University, New York City, 1982.
Visiting fellow Harriman Center for Advanced Russian Studies, 1985-1986, 92-94. Consultant Office Archaeology and History Preservation, National Park Svc., Washington, 1974-1975, National Center for Study ofFrank Lloyd Wright, Ann Arbor, 1987-1991, Getty Center for History of Art and Humanities Architectural Texts and Documents Public Program, Santa Monica, California, 1988-1991. Preservation consultant City of Rockville, Maryland., 1976-1977, Office of University Planning, U. Maryland., Adelphi and Baltimore, 1980-1982.
Consultant advising committee American Academy Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1978-1979. Active United States/The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Commision on History, Theory and Practice of Visual Arts and Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey, 1987-1991. Executive director Iakov Chernikhov International Foundation-United States, Ann Arbor, since 1991.
Board directors International Foundation for Renaissance of St. Petersburg, Russia.
Member American Association Advancement Slavic Studies, Society Architectural Historians, Phi Kappa Phi.