Milton Curry Named Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California

The University of Southern California in Los Angeles has announced the appointment of Milton S.F. Curry as the next dean of its School of Architecture. When he takes office on  July 1, he will also hold the Della and Harry McDonald Dean’s Chair in Architecture.

Professor Curry currently serves as associate dean of the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. He has been on the faculty at the University of Michigan since 2010. Earlier in his career, Professor Curry taught at Arizona State University and later at Cornell University.

Professor Curry is a graduate of Cornell University, where he majored in architecture. He holds a master’s degree in architecture theory from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.

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