- Senior Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- Project Partner Liaison, Master of Sustainability Solutions Program
- Instructor, School of Sustainability
Paul Prosser is the Learning Projects Program Manager at Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability. His duties focus on connecting graduate students with hands-on sustainability learning experiences, and guiding them though the development and execution of sustainability projects to fulfill their degree requirements. He has thirty years of local experience, building relationships with clients, multi-disciplinary teams, regulatory agencies, non-profits and academics. During his twenty-one years as sole principal at Prosser Architects, L.L.C, he designed environmentally friendly buildings, publically advocated for high performance building standards, volunteered for public service projects, mentored employees and students, and taught in formal and informal educational settings.
- MSUS, Sustainable Solutions, Arizona State University, 2015
- BArch, Architecture, Kansas State University, 1980
- language of business in sustainable enterprise
- green building
- Sustainable Cities and Communities
Prosser, P. and S. Cloutier. 2017. Chapter House: A vision for a sustainable future. Pp. 179-217 In: Kraeger, P., S. Cloutier and C. Talmage eds., New Dimensions in Community Well-Being. Springer International Publishing. ISBN: 978-3319554075.
Prosser, P., S. Patel, A. Slaymaker and S. Cloutier. 2016. Broadening opportunities for happiness with local knowledge. Pp. 209-229 In: Turvey, R. A., S. Kurissery and I. F. Pendea eds., Environmental Sustainability. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. Toronto, Canada. ISBN: 9781119361800.
Reichman, A., P. Prosser and E. Rugland. 2018. ASU Project Cities. Poster presented at the 20th Annual CAP LTER All Scientists Meeting and Poster Symposium, January 5, 2018, Skysong, Scottsdalel, AZ. (link )
Certified Sustainable Building Advisor
Past Governing Council Chair, US Green Building Council Arizona Chapter
LEED AP BD+C