W. Cecil Steward
Cecil Steward is professor and dean emeritus of the College
of Architecture at the University of Nebraska where he served as dean for
27 years. In 1996 he founded the Joslyn Institute for Sustainable Communities (JISC), with offices in Omaha and Lincoln.
Cecil is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a
former national president of the American Institute of Architects (1991-92). He currently serves as the President/CEO of the JISC.
Among the Joslyn Institute's current initiatives are the Nebraska
Sustainability Leadership Workshop and EcoStores
The EcoSTEP™ Tool for Measuring Sustainability Progress
A tool for planning, analyzing, monitoring and communicating progress toward achieving sustainability communities
- Steward, C. W. and Kuska, S. B. (2008, October). Sustainable communities: When we decide to make them, sustainable communities will come in all sizes, forms, and locations, Prairie Fire: Progressive Voice of the Great Plaines.
- Steward, C. W. and Kuska, S. B. (2007). A Design, Planning and Urban Administration Strategy for Sustainability. Paper presented at the Passive and Low Energy Architecture Conference, Singapore.
W. Cecil Steward, President/CEO
Joslyn Institute for
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