D. Nels Reese
Nels is an Emeritus Professor of Architecture from the University of Idaho where his academic work was focused on urban planning and design. He taught full-time in the Department of Architecture beginning in 1987. He retired from full-time teaching in 2008. Reese previously served as Director of Facility Planning at the University of Idaho, for seven years. Before coming to the University of Idaho, he practiced architecture in Arizona and Idaho and spent seven years art directing magazines including Idaho Heritage, an all-Idaho cultural publication. After retirement, Nels along with three architecture colleagues researched and wrote the Idaho entry in SAH:Archipedia, a national on-line resource for American Architecture. He continues to serve the Moscow community as a long-time member of the Planning and Zoning Commission and is currently chair of the Moscow Historic Preservation Commission.
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