Joseph Juhasz is Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Environmental Design at the University of Colorado. He is author and co-author of well over 200 professional publications and has published extensively in the press and other media for a more general readership. He produces his own radio programs on KGNU radio in Boulder, Colorado. He has won numerous design competitions and is former President of the Division of the American Psychological Association devoted to Psychology and the Arts. He was an active duty Naval Office from 1961 to 1965. He graduated with Honors and Cum Laude from Brown University in 1961 and was awarded the Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 1969. He has been a Professor at Bennington College, Bucknell University, U.C. Santa Cruz, University of Toronto and University of Otago. He has received numerous grants and fellowships. He was born in Hungary in 1938, where he survived the Holocaust, was a refugee from there, and immigrated to the United States in 1951. He resides in Boulder, Colorado.
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