Simons Professor, College of Charleston
M.S. in Historic Preservation, University of Pennsylvania; M.Arch., University of Pennsylvania
Ralph Muldrow has numerous years of experience as an architect (NJ license) and preservationist, including new and renovated library projects in New York City, Historic Tax Credit renovation projects, non-profit board experience towards the rehabilitation of the Roebling factories in Trenton, NJ; contextual additions to to historic structures, new residential design, restorations of house museums (including the Old Dutch Parsonage in New Jersey and Tudor Hall in Petersburg, Virginia), the design of centers for the arts on historical campuses; project architect for the restoration of the Anne Arundel County Courthouse in Annapolis, Maryland; past director of the National Heritage Area Development Institute; professional work with historic Main Street studies and design guidelines; and numerous other professional work including traditional design for new towns and houses, renderings and historic studies. His teaching areas include American Architecture, Architectural and Urban Design, Building Materials Conservation and Planning.