Jeffrey Huber, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB is an Assistant Professor at Florida Atlantic University, School of Architecture and a Principal at Brooks + Scarpa managing the firm’s south Florida office. He serves on the AIA Florida Strategic Council Sea Level Rise committee, President of AIA Fort Lauderdale. His work focuses on interdisciplinary public projects that combine ecological, landscape, urban, and architectural design. Huber has advanced sustainability educational and professional initiatives in agricultural urbanism, missing-middle housing typologies, Transit-Oriented Development, salty urbanism and Low Impact Development. He is currently advancing design research to address the future challenges of sea level rise and climate change in south Florida. This novel research is aimed at addressing flood-adaptive design implementation, and the role of stakeholders and municipalities. Huber’s research, teaching, and design work have garnered over 80 national design awards, including Progressive Architecture Awards, National Institute Honor Awards from The American Institute of Architects (AIA), The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), American Architecture Awards and the American Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). In 2017 Huber was received the national AIA Young Architects Award for his practice, teaching, research and service to the profession of architecture. His professional work has been published in hundreds of books and periodicals including Architect Magazine, Residential Architect, and Architectural Record. He has received more than $1 million in Federal, State and local grants for his planning research and interdisciplinary ecological, landscape and urban design work.