Casey Lindberg
Teaching Professor

Office: ENVD 150

Human Behavior and Psycology | Human Centered Design | Quantitative Methods | Architecture | Health and Wellbeing

With over 20 years of experience, Dr. Case Lindberg has committed the last decade to the scientific intersection of design and health. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology and a Master of Education from Stanford University, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver. His expertise spans research methods, including physiological and environmental sensing techniques. 

Dr. Lindberg is dedicated to translating scientific, human-centered insights to design through the education of emerging designers.

Through his work for the international architecture firm HKS, Inc., he contributes design research and strategy to workplace, retail, and campus space typologies. He has published academically in several fields, including medicine, design, psychology, and environmental conditions, and his work has been covered by several international media outlets. He currently serves as research advisor to the International WELL Building Institute.