Lewis Waller, Ph.D.
Office Location: Price Hall, Suite 107
Office Phone: (336)285-3132
Dr. Waller has an undergraduate degree in Industrial Technology Construction and has several years of relevant professional experiences. He has had over 25 years of experience in academia construction related assignments, including residential building, construction research, and construction teaching.
Dr. Lewis S. Waller is an Associate Professor in the department of Construction Management and Occupational Safety and Health (CM & OSH). Lewis has taught in the CM department for over fifteen years. Dr. Waller has taught numerous CM courses including Computer Applications in CM, Construction Documents, Construction Materials, Residential Construction & Codes, Construction Methods & Equipment, Construction Safety, Estimating I & II, Construction Planning/Scheduling/Control, Construction Management, and Senior Capstone Project I and II.
Currently, Lewis serves as the Advisory Board Coordinator. This Committee reviews the curriculum and objectives of the CM program to meet the guidelines for American Council for Construction Education (ACCE). He also serves as the advisor for Association of General Contractors of America (AGC) student chapter, a faculty mentor for the Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program and as the President of the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering-Construction Division (ATMAE-CD).
Lewis always strives to give the students the best product for their investment and implement the best teaching strategies which will facilitate their interest in the subject matter. Lewis’ primary objective in the classroom is to create a student-centered learning environment where all students are encouraged to participate in the learning process on a consistent basis. As a Professor, Lewis motivates students to learn, ask questions, and seek clarifications in and out of the classroom.