- Harvard University , Dept. of Visual and Environmental Studies
- University of Michigan , Ann Arbor , College of Art and Design
- Glasgow College of Art, Scotland , U.K.
- Plymouth University , Plymouth , U.K.
- University of Pittsburgh , Graduate School Of industrial Administration,
- Guggenheim Museum , organized by Kulture Konzepte Sprengel , New York , NY Recent Conference Presentations
- Collins, T., Muller, T., Tarr, J., co-author/presenter, “Rivers in History” the German Historical Institute.
- Collins, T., author/presenter, “Okologische Aesthaetik ” Akadamie fur Kunst, Berlin Germany.
- Collins, T., artist-presenter, “Cultura 21 – art and sustainability in rural spaces,” Gro b senhain, Saxony, Germany.
- Collins, T., author/presenter, “Seminar: Urban Futures,” Central St. Martins, London , U.K.
- Collins, T., author/presenter, “Critical spaces of landscape/cityscape, power/occupation” University of Plymouth , U.K.
- Collins, T., author/presenter, “Social Sculpture/Connective Aesthetics, Methodologies Colloquium,” The Sustaining Life Project of the Social Sculpture Research Unity, The Art Department, Oxford Brookes University, U.K.
- Collins, T., artist-presenter, “The Sacred Wheel of Water,” The Walter H. Capps Foundation, Santa Barbara , CA.
- Collins, T., panelist/presenter, “Art to Start: Interdisciplinary and International Approaches to Urban Regeneration.” Van Alen Institute, N.Y. , N.Y.
- Collins, T., presenter, “Nine Mile Run model – An Artists Led Land Reclamation Project. Grantmakers In the Arts, 2002 Conference, “Creative Connections,” Charlotte N.C.
- Collins, T., author/presenter, “Information and Authority, the Perception of Water Quality,” American Society of Civil Engineers, Environmental and Water Resources Institute Fall Seminar on Engineering a Water Quality Plan for Southwest Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh PA.
- Collins, T., presenter/panelist, “Arcadia Revisited: Reinventing History,” Holburne Musem of Art, Bath , U.K. Collins, T., presenter, “Art, Ecology and Planning,” American Institute of Architecture Students , “Forum 2001” Pittsburgh PA.