Sabir Khan


Associate Professor, School of Industrial Design and
School of Architecture (Joint Appointment)



Sabir Khan is an associate professor with a joint appointment in the School of Architecture and the School of Industrial Design at Georgia Tech. He is interested in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural approaches to design. Currently, his work investigates design for repair.
 

Education

  • Rice University. Master of Architecture -- May 1987
  • Princeton University. Bachelor of Arts in Architectural History and Theory -- June 1983

Academic Experience / Administrative

  • Associate Dean, College of Architecture, Georgia Tech -- July 2002 to August 2011
  • Director, Common First Year, College of Architecture, Georgia Tech -- Fall 1999 to December 2011
  • Barcelona Study Abroad Program, College of Computing, Georgia Tech -- Co-Director, 2005-2011. Director, 2011 to Present

Academic Experience / Teaching

  • Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Design:
    Associate Professor, joint Appointment, School of Architecture and School of Industrial Design -- August 2011 to Present
    Associate Professor, School of Architecture -- Fall 2001 to Present
    Assistant Professor, School of Architecture -- Fall 1995 to Spring 2001
    Visiting Instructor, School of Architecture -- January 1993 to June 1995
  • University of Oklahoma, College of Architecture:
    Assistant Professor, College of Architecture -- Fall 1990 to December 1992