Teaching and Learning
Dr Burroughs is an experienced educator who has worked with university students and members of the community in various contexts. He enjoys stimulating others to learn and enquire through a variety of modes, including studios, traditional lectures, and workshops.
Studios and Virtual Studios
Dr Burroughs engages in studio work in various contexts. These include studio sessions in conventional design and architecture settings, enquiry and learning using the studio–field dyad, and virtual studios.
Dr Steve Burroughs with University of Canberra students at Cherbourg material recycling facility.
An example of student work for the Cherbourg material recycling facility project.
Mentoring: PhD and Masters Supervision
Dr Burroughs continues to supervise both PhD and Masters students in topics related to his field.
Examples of student designs:
Sensitive design intervention for the Weipa middens as part of Masters of Landscape Architecture Degree, University of Canberra.
School project in Swaziland completed by the student from the Catholic University of America in the Masters of Sustainable Architecture program.
Czech Republic student's floor plan of a cultural visitors centre on the Mission River in Far North Queensland, Australia
Czech Republic student's perspective of a cultural visitors centre on the Mission River in Far North Queensland, Australia