Anne Munly is Professor of Architecture at Syracuse University and Director of the London Architecture program. She teaches undergraduate and graduate design studios, seminars in American urbanism and dwelling, and specialized coursework in SU global programs in Britain, Italy and Japan. Among her research grants are awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the American Academy in Rome, New York State Council for the Humanities, Boston Foundation for Architecture and NYSERDA. Aiming to reinforce disciplinary depth while broadening discourse within the field, Munly has engaged in several interdisciplinary collaborations with colleagues in SU’s Maxwell School, School of Design and SUNY ESF. Munly is a licensed architect and partner in Munly Brown Studio, a design consultancy formed with Theodore Brown. MBS engages in projects ranging from material research to master planning, with a commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability, and has been premiated in several national and international competitions.