Scott Bernhard is the Jean and Saul A. Mintz Associate Professor at the Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans where he has been a member of the faculty for more than 22 years. Scott has served as both Associate Dean and Interim Dean of the School and was Director of the Tulane City Center from 2007 to 2012. He is the recipient of numerous teaching awards including the "President's Award for Excellence in Graduate and Professional Teaching" the “Inspirational Teacher Award” and the “Excellence in Teaching Award,” University-wide honors bestowed by Tulane. He was the 1995 Tulane School of Architecture Professor of the Year, and won the Malcolm W. Heard Teaching Award in 2001 and again in 2007. He is a licensed Architect and a principal of Prosus Design—a small private research and design practice focused on building in the climate and context of New Orleans. He has built more than a dozen residential additions and minor buildings in New Orleans and the surrounding region, winning two AIA Honor Awards and other local awards for his work. Since 2001 he has taught studio and seminar courses investigating the subject of multi-family housing which has become the basis of his current academic production. He was the graphic designer for The French Quarter Manual and other books on New Orleans architecture. He is the principal investigator on numerous grants investigating the past and future of New Orleans housing typology and urban morphology, and is the co-author of a forthcoming book on the topic. Scott recently became the President of the “Lime Agency for Sustainable Hot/Humid Design” – a new non-profit organization dedicated to green building practices in the hot and humid tropical and subtropical zones, such as New Orleans.