Architectural advisor signs on for second term

The University is lucky to have secured Veronika Mogyorody for another term as academic architectural advisor, says provost Leo Groarke. He says he is “delighted” she will extend her service through June 30, 2015.

“Dr. Mogyorody has played an indispensable role in the re-imagining of space on the campus and has served as an indefatigable consultant on the new projects that are transforming the University of Windsor,” Dr. Groarke says. “She brings to the table an absolutely unique understanding of architecture and the ways in which academic programming intersects with the space it occupies for teaching and research.”

Mogyorody is trained as as an architect and urban designer. A graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture, she received her Ph.D in Urban and Environmental Studies from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

In addition to her role as academic architectural advisor, she is an associate professor in the School for Arts and Creative Innovation and coordinator of its Visual Arts and the Built Environment program.