Assistant Professor of Architecture
Caleb Walder is a licensed architect in the State of Illinois with broad experience in architectural design and project delivery for educational and religious clients. His professional work has focused on the capacity of architecture to enhance communities through the renewal of aesthetic vision for the built environment. Caleb is also a LEED AP BD+C with experience in the use of active and passive environmental technology for the design of sustainable and humane architecture. He has used his skills in service to global mission through design and masterplanning projects with Engineering Ministries International.
Caleb’s teaching and research focuses on the integrative use of architectural design and representation to explore applications for technology in the creation of life-enhancing places.