Megan Weyland, AIA

Adjunct Lecturer - Architecture
Master in Architecture, Tulane University; Bachelor in Architecture, Mississippi State University
Office Hours:

By appointment only

Research and Teaching Interests:

Professional Practice, Non-traditional Career Paths, Professional and Community Engagement


APFC 4100 - Professional Concerns; APFC 4450/6450 - Career Development Lab


Megan is an adjunct lecturer for the Professional Concerns courses. Megan is a native Floridian, but received her B.Arch from Mississippi State and went on to practice architecture in Chicago following her undergraduate degree. In 2008 Megan moved to New Orleans where she earned her M.Arch II from Tulane, and ultimately joined the Tulane faculty.


Megan purposefully and strategically creates an environment where students can identify their place in the professional world and find empowerment through community and professional engagement. Megan teaches several courses relating to professional practice, and has piloted the Preceptorship program for the School of Architecture, giving students the opportunity to expand their academic and professional experiences. Megan is a licensed architect in Illinois and Louisiana, serves on the Executive Board of the New Orleans AIA chapter, the scholarship committee for AIA Louisiana, and practices architecture outside her time with Tulane.

Megan Weyland, AIA

Adjunct Lecturer - Architecture
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