- 1990 Master of Architecture, Iowa State University
- 1980 Bachelor of Architecture, North Dakota State University
- 1985 NCARB. Certificate #33801
- 1985 Licensed Architect, State of North Dakota. Certificate #940
- Arch 431: Fourth Year Studio, Fall 2013
- Arch 542: Topics in Community Design, Fall 2013
- Arch 432: Fourth Year Studio, Spring 2014
- Arch 497: Minimalist Architecture, Spring 2014
Honors + Awards
- 2013-2015, Stuckeman Chair, Design Innovation
- 2013, Member, Oxford Round Table, Harris Manchester College, Oxford, England
- 2011, ARCHIVE Competition Winner “Global Forces + Local Factors: Design Responses to Policy Failures” ACSA_I Am A Second Responder Competition_Co-Author with D.Mosemann, A. Longenbach, D. Rivera, Z. Jones, J. Li
- 2010, College of Architecture Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching_Pennsylvania State University
- 2010-2013, National Institutes of Health/Fogarty International Center (NIH/FIC) “Examining Policy Resistance and Infectious Disease Within Dynamic Network Conditions at the US/Mexico Border.” D. Lindberg, Principal Investigator, T. Reluga, R. Smith, Co-Investigators, M. Poss, J. Findeis, Senior Researchers. 1 R21 TW008378 01. $396,857. Funded.
- 2009, National Science Foundation (NSF) Major Research Instrumentation (MRI). P. Raghavan, P. Hudson, L. Giles Co-Principal Investigators. D. Lindberg, T. Reluga, Senior Researchers. $450,000. Funded.
- Tapped for Membership, Skull & Bones Socieity, Spring 2005
Exhibitions + Presentations
- Lindberg, D. “Sentinel Cities: a systems theory analysis of global disease management.” Oxford Round Table, Critical Public Issues, Harris Manchester College, Oxford, England. Invitation only. July 28-August 1.
- Conference. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. May 2011.
- 2011 ARCHIVE Competition Winner, “Global Forces + Local Factors: Design Responses to Policy Failures,” Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture I Am A Second Responder Competition. Co-Author with David Mosemann, Adam Longenbach, Danielle Rivera, Zachary Jones, Jing Li.
- Lindberg, D., V. “Poro[US Border]s: the place of policy not without the complex mechanics of policy beyond the discipline.” Contexts. Pennsylvania State University. 2010.
- Lindberg, D. V., Smith, R., Reluga, T., Poss, M., and Findeis, J. National Institute of Health/Fogarty International Center (NIH/FIC). “Examining Policy Resistance and Infectious Disease with Dynamic Network Conditions at the U.S./Mexico Border,” 2009-2012. Progress report to sponsor. Full funding for year three.
- Lindberg, D. V. De Leon, G., and Mosemann, D. “Institutional Design: the welfare of border-situated cities as a practical objective.” Proceedings True Urbanism: Designing the Healthy City. 46th International Making Cities Livable Conference. Santa Fe. NM. June 2008.
- Li, J., Lindberg, D., Smith, R., and Reluga, T. “Provisioning of public health can be designed to anticipate public policy responses.” Paper prepared for Mathematical Biosciences. (Under revision). 2013.
- Lindberg, D. V., Jones, Z., Li, J., Longenbach, A., Mosemann, D., and Rivera, D. “Global Forces + Local Factors: advancing policy formation as a function of feedbacks between behavioral and environmental indeterminate systems.” Vulnerability and Adaptation: Focus – Marginal Peoples and Environments Proceedings. ICARUS II