Dale Allen Gyure is Professor of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan, where he teaches classes in architectural history and theory, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation at Goucher College, where he teaches a course in American Architectural History and serves as Co-Director of the Master’s Thesis program. Professor Gyure’s research focuses on American and modern architecture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He has published two books: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Southern College (2010) and The Chicago Schoolhouse,1856-2006: High School Architecture and Educational Reform (2011), as well as numerous articles and book chapters. His current projects include studies of Detroit modernist architect Minoru Yamasaki and the development of postwar school architecture in America. Dr. Gyure serves on the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy and Society of Architectural Historians Boards of Directors, the Wayne State University Minoru Yamasaki Advisory Board, and the Michigan State Historic Preservation Review Board.