Arthur J. Lidsky
Arthur became president of DOBER LIDSKY MATHEY in 1988, and has served as a planning consultant for colleges and universities since 1971. In this time he has participated in several hundred assignments. Arthur has served on facility review panels for the National Science Foundation (NSF); and has been a Principal Investigator for a NSF study that identified an ideal planning process and developed facility standards for secondary school science, math, and technology education programs. He has given lectures, presentations, and invited papers on campus planning at such organizations as SCUP, the Council for Undergraduate Research (CUR), the International Association for College Unions, No Name Facility Conference, Quality Education for Minorities Network (QEM), and the Municipal Art Society of New York. He has been a faculty member of Project Kaleidoscope since 1992, and has been the only non-institutional member on the PKAL National Steering Committee. Through his writing and lectures, Arthur teaches other professionals, college and university administrators, and faculty about planning and the campus planning process. He has taught campus planning as a faculty member of SCUP’s Integrated Planning Institute-the three-day workshop is Step 2 of a three-step certificate program. Arthur was a leader in creating the Institute and its curriculum. Arthur has contributed articles to numerous professional publications.