Architecture Lecture-Tim Kearney
Tim Kearney has recently assumed as PA Senator, becoming the first architect in the history of the state holding such post. Kearney holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BS in Architecture from Catholic University in Washington DC. As design principal for CuetoKEARNEYdesign, Kearney is responsible for project design and management; among his latest projects are the Metropolitan Hall at Widener University and the Science Center at Cheyney University. Previously and for more than a decade, Kearney was Associate Architect at Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates. In addition to practice, Kearney teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, and is chair of the Swarthmore Borough Planning Commission.