Résumé and CV: Jonathan Ochshorn
Photo-biography | Curriculum vitae [pdf] | "Related" websites of my son and daughter
1986 M. Urban Design, City College of New York
1975-1976 M.S. program, Structural Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (no degree received)
1975 B. Arch., Cornell University
2011–present Professor, Department of Architecture, Cornell University (Fall 2016 Fulbright Scholar at Tianjin University)
1996–2011 Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Cornell University
1997–1998 Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (sabbatical leave)
1988–1996 Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Cornell University
1980–1987 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, City College of New York
1979–present Registered Architect, New York State
1990–present Jonathan Ochshorn, Private Practice
1987–1988 Project Manager, John Ash A.I.A. Assoc.
1984–1987 Associate Director, City College Architectural Center
1982–1983 Project Architect, Battaglia-Seckler, Architects
1978–1980 Project Architect/draftsman, Pomeroy, Lebduska Assoc.
1976–1978 Draftsman, Poor, Swanke, Hayden & Connell
2016 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant (Fall semester): lecturer at Tianjin University School of Architecture, Tianjin, China
2001 Fulbright Senior Specialist Award: conducted workshop on structural behavior at Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Building Technology I: Materials & Methods
Building Technology II: Structural Elements
Sustainable Architecture: the Science and Politics of Green Building
2nd-year studio, 4th-year Rome studio (with L. Briggs), 4th-year CAD studio (with W. Goehner), 5th-year and graduate thesis
Utility's Evil Twin: The Function of Venustas and the Fear of Reality, March 2020.
Sullivan's Eagle: Form and Function Artistically Considered, March 2020.
Experiencing Urban Infrastructure in Tianjin, June 2019.
Commentary on Cornell University's Fine Arts Library design proposal Summer 2010 – present
Flexibility and its discontents: Colquhoun's critique of the Pompidou Center, March 2019.
Revisiting Form and Forces: A Critique of Graphical Statics, April 2017.
A Fulbright Journal: Five months in Tianjin, Late December Press (self-published), March 2017.
Structural Elements for Architects and Builders, second edition, August 2015.
Architecture's Dysfunctional Couple: Design and Technology at the Crossroads July 2014
A Probabilistic Approach to Nonstructural Failure April 2013
Critique of Milstein Hall July 2012 (in progress)
Stirrup Spacing in Reinforced Concrete Beams June 2012
Parody of Paul Goldberger's review of the Barnes Foundation move May 2012
Additional selected writings online
Structural element calculators | Bldg. technology calculators
Video and song prepared for, and presented at, Thumbnail event at Cornell with the theme of "fluff," April 15, 2016.
Business of Architecture podcast on Milstein Hall as 'Disaster' Oct. 2013
Milstein Hall construction videos, "OMA/Progress" exhibition at Barbican Art Gallery, London, England, Oct. 6, 2011 – Feb. 19, 2012.
Faculty show: "Cause and Effect," Hartell Gallery, Cornell University, Feb. 14–25, 2005. Project examined design process in terms of the exhibition theme (see exhibition panel).
Director of Graduate Studies (2019–2020); Interim Director of Graduate Studies (Fall 2017); Director of Graduate Studies (2012–2015); Director of Undergraduate Studies (2010–2011); Faculty representative, University Review Board (2004–2010; 2012–2014); Faculty representative, University Lectures Committee (2007–2011; chair 2010–2011); Associate Chair, Dept. of Architecture (2001–2004); Director of Graduate Studies, Field of Architecture (1997–2004); Chair, University Committee on Academic Freedom and Professional Status of the Faculty (Spring 2003–Spring 2004).
Faculty Fellow, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University, 2012–2017; Juror for the 11th annual ACSA/AISC Student Design Competition 2011; Fulbright Senior Specialist Program 2006–2008 Urban Planning Peer Review Committee; Advisory Board, Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition (2006–2007).
Last updated 30 June 2020. All material © 2004–2020 J. Ochshorn unless otherwise noted.