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Yew-Thong Leong fonds
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- Leong, Yew-Thong
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1 cm of textual records.
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Yew-Thong Leong graduated from Ryerson University (1985), and Pratt Institute, New York (1986, where he studied with New York Grey theorist Raimund Abraham and Main Streets guru Norman Mintz). He is a member of the OAA, the RAIC, was the millennium chair of the TSA, a Scientific Member of the IAC (Belgium) and a Fellow of the IIAS (Germany).
Yew-Thong started teaching at Ryerson University in 1988, where he is an Associate Professor and the Program Coordinator of the programs in architecture at The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education. His research interest is in Digital Applications in Architecture and in Professional Practice Management, and has published and lectured widely on these topics. Concurrent with teaching, he is in private practice and is a Managing Director of SSG Architecture Inc. His past projects include the Sharp Center, OCAD and Schulich School of Business, York University, both of which were award-winning projects.
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This fonds contains records related to Yew-Thong Leong's career.
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