B.A., University of California, Berkeley
M.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Arch.U.D., Harvard University
Ed.D., United States International University
Dr. John S. J. Burke is a practicing architect who has worked in Brussels, London, Paris, and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and currently designing houses in Carolina County and Montross, Virginia.
He is the author of book on Southern Architecture and five published monographs to his credits. In addition, he has presented 29 papers at numerous conferences in the United States and internationally.
Dr. Burke received 25 state, federal, international and private grants/fellowships including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, National Endowment for the Humanities, Forest Foundation, Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Arts and Humanities Council of Baton Rouge, LA., Association of College School of Architecture, Southern Regional Educational Board, and The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities; and 21 Longwood University Grants.
As an artist his work has been shown in 45 exhibitions both in the United States and abroad including Brussels, Korea, and Paris. Since 1988 Dr. Burke has been a faculty member in the art department a where he has taught environmental design issues, architecture appreciation and design, and drawing.
He received a Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Faculty Award in the Creative and Performing Arts at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, LA. and Maria Bristow Starke Faculty Excellence Award in 2003 at Longwood University.