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AIA Announces 104 New Fellows, Six Honorary Fellows

February 3, 2011

By Jenna M. McKnight

Today, the American Institute of Architects announced that it has elevated 104 members to its College of Fellows, in addition to naming six international architects honorary fellows.

Fewer than 2,700 of the AIA’s 80,000 members are fellows. The honor recognizes architects who have made a significant contribution to the profession and to society; candidates also are required to have been AIA members for at least 10 years.

Honorary fellowships are given to “architects of esteemed character and distinguished achievements who are neither U.S. citizens nor U.S. residents, and who do not primarily practice architecture within the domain of the Institute.”

Candidates are nominated within one of the five following categories:

  1. Promoting the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession.
  2. Advancing the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training, and practice.
  3. Coordinating the building industry and the profession of architecture through leadership in the AIA and other related professional organizations.
  4. Advancing the living standards of people through an improved environment.
  5. Making the profession of ever-increasing service to society.

Serving on this year’s jury were: (Chair) Robert D. Loversidge, FAIA, Schooley Caldwell Associates; Henry C. Alexander Jr., FAIA, Rizzo, Carreno & Partners; Jeffrey A. Huberman, FAIA, Gantt Huberman Architects; Leevi Kiil, FAIA, Leevi Kiil Architect; Paula J. Loomis, FAIA, Army Corps of Engineers; Gregory S. Palermo, FAIA, Iowa State University; and Linda Searl, FAIA, Searl Lamaster Howe Architects.

The jury for honorary fellowships also included (chair) Michael Lischer, FAIA, Sports Concepts, and Helen Hatch, FAIA, Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates.

The new fellows will be recognized at an investiture ceremony during the 2011 AIA National Convention in New Orleans.

Below is a list of the new fellows, including the category in which they were nominated and their local AIA component.

 

 

The New AIA Fellows for 2010:

A-C

Paul Adamson, 2, AIA San Francisco
Joanne Aitken, 5, AIA Philadelphia
Stanley T. Allen, 2, AIA New York Chapter
F. Macnaughton Ball, Jr., 1, AIA New Orleans
James R. Bedrick, 2, AIA San Francisco
Peyton Boyd, 4, AIA Blue Ridge
Robert C. Broward, 1, AIA Jacksonville
Clinton E. Brown, 1, AIA Buffalo/Western New York
Don Charles Brown, 3, AIA Montgomery
Christine E. Bruckner, 3, AIA Hong Kong
David C. Bucek, 1, AIA Houston
David J. Calkins, 2, AIA Houston
Nathan Belville Cherry, 2, AIA Los Angeles
David Coleman, 1, AIA Seattle
Joseph A. Collins, 2, AIA Portland
Jonathan Townley Crane, 2, AIA Atlanta

D-G

Patrick B. Davis, 5, AIA Birmingham
Elizabeth (Betsy) Rupp del Monte, 2, AIA Dallas
Elliott E. Dudnik, 2, AIA Chicago
Douglas S. Ewing, 2, AIA Pasadena & Foothill
Michael Fifield, 2, AIA Southwestern Oregon
Gail M. Flynn, 2, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Richard L. Ford, Jr., 3, AIA Richmond
Mark J. Frisch, 2, AIA Chicago
Gary E. Furman, 1, AIA Austin
Lisa Gelfand, 2, AIA San Francisco
Scott F. Georgeson, 2, AIA Milwaukee
Cheri Rodgers Gerou, 3, AIA Denver
Lawrence Gleason, 2, AIA Minneapolis
Frank W. Grauman, 1, AIA Philadelphia

H-K

Ronald W. Haase, 2, AIA Gainesville
Julie R. Hacker, 1, AIA Chicago
Guy Lefevre Hagstette, 4, AIA Houston
Martin J. Harms, 2, AIA Southern New York
Thomas H. Hatch, 2, AIA Austin
Steven Alan Heikin, 2, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
David Rodman Henderer, 2, AIA Washington DC
Earl W. Henderson, 1, AIA Central Illinois
Denis Akio Henmi, 3, AIA San Francisco
Rodney K. Henmi, 2, AIA San Francisco
Manuel Hinojosa, 1, AIA Lower Rio Grande
Thomas Edgar Hirsch, 4, AIA Southwest Wisconsin
Gerald Steven Jernigan, 3, AIA Northwest Florida
Judson Alan Kline, 5, AIA Cleveland
Debra S. Kunce, 3, AIA Indianapolis
Carol J. Weissmann Kurth, 5, AIA Westchester Mid-Hudson

L-M

Dohn H. LaBiche, 5, AIA Southeast Texas
Mary Ann Lazarus, 2, AIA St. Louis
Richard Licata, 2, AIA Northern Nevada
Charles D. Liddy, Jr., 2, AIA Minneapolis
Tom Liebel, 2, AIA Baltimore
Scott A. Lindenau, 1, AIA Colorado West
Clark E. Llewellyn, 2, AIA Honolulu
Ronald Y.C. Lu, 3, AIA Hong Kong
Thomas E. Luebke, 4, AIA Washington DC
Paul Lukez, 2, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Richard L. Maimon, 1, AIA Philadelphia
Brian Malarkey, 2, AIA Houston
William Raymond Manning, 4, AIA New Orleans
Audrey A. Matlock, 1, AIA New York Chapter
Lisa Fay Matthiessen, 5, AIA Los Angeles
Richard F. McCann, 2, AIA Pasadena & Foothill
Dale McKinney, 3, AIA Iowa
Andrew D. Mendelson, 3, AIA Chicago
Juan Miró, 2, AIA Austin
Keith G. Moskow, 1, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Robin L. Murray, 3, AIA New Jersey
Henry Myerberg, 2, AIA New York Chapter

N-R

Morris Jerome Neal, 1, AIA Austin
Michael A. Nieminen, 2, AIA New York Chapter
Roksan Okan-Vick, 4, AIA Houston
Thomas Gregory Pene, 2, AIA Portland
Robert C. Peterson, 1, AIA Santa Clara Valley
Thomas Phifer, 1, AIA New York Chapter
Nikolaus Philipsen, 5, AIA Baltimore
Jon K. Pickard, 2, AIA Connecticut
Dan Pitera, 2, AIA Detroit
Francis Murdock Pitts, 2, AIA Eastern New York
Lee Charles Quill, 2, AIA Washington DC
Alan Reed, 2, AIA Baltimore
Burton L. Roslyn, 3, AIA New York Chapter

S-T

Steven D. Schuster, 2, AIA North Carolina
Alan Scott, 2, AIA Portland
Tully Shelley, 2, AIA San Francisco
Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, 2, AIA Houston
Robert Shibley, 2, AIA Buffalo/Western New York
John R. Shields, 1, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Carrie Glassman Shoemake, 2, AIA Houston
Joy D. Swallow, 2, AIA Kansas City
Rebecca Boswell Swanston, 1, AIA Baltimore
Douglas Bryan Sydnor, 3, AIA Phoenix Metro
Kim Tanzer, 3, AIA Central Virginia
William Maxwell Taylor, 2, AIA Los Angeles
David Vere Thompson, 2, AIA Baltimore
Patrick J. Tighe, 1, AIA Los Angeles
Douglas Tom, 5, AIA San Francisco
Monroe Kirk Train, 5, AIA Central Virginia
Andrew James Trivers, 1, AIA St. Louis

P-R

Melinda Pearson, 3, Lincoln chapter
Joanna Pestka, 4, New York chapter
Thomas Posedly, 5, Phoenix Metro chapter
Travis Price III, 2, Washington D.C. chapter
Beverly Prior, 2, San Francisco chapter
William Rakatansky, 2, North Carolina chapter
Gerald Reifert, 2, Seattle chapter
Gregory Roberts, 2, Houston chapter

S-T

Steven D. Schuster, 2, AIA North Carolina
Alan Scott, 2, AIA Portland
Tully Shelley, 2, AIA San Francisco
Mardelle McCuskey Shepley, 2, AIA Houston
Robert Shibley, 2, AIA Buffalo/Western New York
John R. Shields, 1, Boston Society of Architects/AIA
Carrie Glassman Shoemake, 2, AIA Houston
Joy D. Swallow, 2, AIA Kansas City
Rebecca Boswell Swanston, 1, AIA Baltimore
Douglas Bryan Sydnor, 3, AIA Phoenix Metro
Kim Tanzer, 3, AIA Central Virginia
William Maxwell Taylor, 2, AIA Los Angeles
David Vere Thompson, 2, AIA Baltimore
Patrick J. Tighe, 1, AIA Los Angeles
Douglas Tom, 5, AIA San Francisco
Monroe Kirk Train, 5, AIA Central Virginia
Andrew James Trivers, 1, AIA St. Louis

W-Z

Reeves W. Wiedeman, 3, AIA Kansas City
Walter Leroy Wilson, 5, AIA Milwaukee
Ross B. Wimer, 1, AIA Chicago
Arthur Witthoefft, 1, AIA Florida Gulf Coast
David Gilmore Wright, 1, AIA Baltimore
David Miles Ziskind, 2, AIA New York Chapter

Honorary Fellows

Angelo Bucci, 1, SPBR Architects, Brazil
Louise Cox, 3, International Union of Architects, France
Kristin Jarmund, 1, Kristin Jarmund A/S MNIL MNAL, Norway
Marcio Kogan, 1, Studio mk27, Brazil
Kengo Kuma, Japan, Kengo Kuma and Associates, Japan
Carme Pinós, 1, Estudio Carme Pinós SLP, Spain           

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