Ryan Langemeier has a strong background in both the business sector of architecture as well as within the academic environment. Teaching experience (architectural, interior design and construction management) entails over ten years instructing at various higher education institutions. Ryan Langemeier has designed two Construction Management course for South University.
I reside in Albert Lea and Grand Marais with my wife. We moved to Minnesota in 1996 from Nebraska, “Go Big Red”. Our first move to MN took us just across the border and we landed in Austin. We lived there for four years, leaving in 2000 for Mankato. After 18 years living in Mankato, we recently moved up north to Grand Marais.
We occasionally make it back to Nebraska, to visit parents, relatives or to catch a football or baseball game at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, my alma mater.
We have a pet, Talkeetna (Tally) a purebred Samoyed dog. Tally loves the cold (as do we) and enjoys quiet walks out in the snow.
I attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to study architecture and received my Bachelor’s degree as well as my Masters in Architecture. Throughout the years, I have worked in various architectural firms beginning as an intern and then as registered architect.
While working in Mankato, I had the opportunity to teach Interior Design and Construction Management courses. I have completed my Doctorate in Education from Capella University (on-line). I have also taught at the Art Institute of Minneapolis (land) and assisted (subject matter expert) in the course design Construction Design Communication for EDMC-South University. I also recently passed my NCIDQ Certification.