Vincent Hui holds several degrees including a Masters of Architecture (Waterloo) and Masters of Business Administration (Schulich at York). As a faculty member in Ryerson’s Department of Architectural Science, he teaches a variety of courses, from design studios to advanced architectural computing and digital fabrication. He has been awarded several teaching distinctions across different universities, including the 2015 Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations’ Teaching Award and most recently, Ryerson University’s 2018 President’s Award for Teaching Excellence.
He has cultivated an extensive record of publications and research on design pedagogy, advanced simulation and rapid prototyping, and technological convergence in design praxis. A proponent of increasing connections to industry and the greater community, he has developed the Architectural Science Co-op program as well as multiple summer programs for aspiring young designers. He currently serves as a co-director of Ryerson University’s Design Fabrication Zone where he has mentored several award-winning projects and innovative startups.