Prof. Paul C. King, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architectural Technology at New York City College of Technology is a licensed Architect with degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. A pioneer in the use of technology in his profession, he was instrumental in the development of new techniques that utilized Computer Aided Design Software and led the move to transition the profession of Architecture from traditional hand drawing to computer based methodologies. He provides leadership as an educator and as a professional. He believes strongly that architectural analysis and problem solving skills can be applied to a wide range of teaching strategies and disciplines and has applied these ideas to the development of curriculum. He travels to run faculty development workshops on the "Reflective Teaching Portfolio" and since 2011 he has served as President of the New York Chapter of the Society of American Registered Architects.