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Best Examples of Fellowship Nominations

Each year, the Jury of Fellows recommends the best examples of Fellowship nomination submissions in each category. They are exemplary for clearly presenting and solidly documenting the level of achievements that warrants Fellowship. Aspiring candidates for Fellowship may find them useful as they consider how to present their own achievements. The Jury of Fellows has provided additional information on submissions which are now part of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

To see a Fellow’s entire submission, click on his or her name. You may find it faster to right-click and save the PDF file to your own computer instead of attempting to open it directly online. Reading the summary statements for the best examples may help you decide which submissions you want to see.

Copies of submissions of Fellows whose names do not appear on this page are available from the AIA Archives. Electronic copies of 2008-2014 submissions are available at no charge (see list grouped by sub-category). Call or e-mail the archivist at (202) 626-7496 or nhadley@aia.org to order copies. Photocopies of non-electronic submissions from 2007 or earlier can be made, but usually are not helpful due to the changes in submission format.

Copies of submissions do not include reference letters, which are confidential. Contact information, membership numbers, and client signatures have also been removed from copies.

Note:
The AIA provides these best examples as an educational tool on what a well-rounded submission should entail. Should you have any questions related to these submissions please contact the Honors & Awards Department at honorsawards@aia.org. Contacting the submitter or sponsor of any of these submissions is inappropriate.

> Object 1

       

> Object 2

       

> Object 3

       

> Object 4

       

> Object 5

Best examples for Object 1:
To promote the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession through design, urban design, or preservation.

2014

   

Ray Calabro

 

(design)

2014

   

Richard Benton Friedson

 

(design)

2014

   

John D. S. Hatch

 

(preservation)

2014

   

Paul B. Ostergaard

 

(urban design)

2013

   

Lesley Bain

 

(urban design)

2013

   

Dick Clark

 

(design)

2012

   

John A. Enright

 

(design)

2012

   

Gregory S. Ibañez

 

(design)

2012

   

Daniel J. Kaplan

 

(design-urbanism/sustainability)

2012

   

Ellen Lou

 

(urban design)

2012

   

Scott A. Wolf

 

(design-sustainability)

2011

 

Keith Moskow

 

(design)

2011

   

Thomas Phifer

 

(design)

2011

   

David Gilmore Wright

 

(preservation)

2009

   

Barbara Campagna

 

(preservation)

2009

   

Jeanne Gang

 

(design)

2009

   

Frank Lupo

 

(design-sustainability)

2009

   

Nando Micale

 

(urban design)

2009

   

Anne Weber

 

(preservation)

Best examples for Object 2:
To advance the science and art of planning and building by advancing the standards of architectural education, training, and practice.

2014

   

Richard S. Bacon

     

(practice-animal shelters)

2014

   

Myriam E. Camargo

     

(practice-underserved groups)

2014

   

Albert W. Lindeke III

     

(practice-church design)

2014

   

Gary F. Martinez

     

(practice-theaters)

2014

   

Margaret Montgomery

     

(practice-sustainability)

2014

   

Robert R. Murrin

     

(practice-higher education)

2014

   

Wendy Sullock Rogers

     

(practice-K-12 schools)

2013

   

Matthew J. Bell

     

(practice-urban design/planning)

2013

   

Thomas C. Brutting

     

(practice-senior housing)

2013

   

Erich Burkhart

     

(practice-health care)

2013

   

Carrie Byles

     

(practice-BIM)

2013

   

Jennifer K. Devlin-Herbert

     

(practice-community engagement)

2013

   

Stephen Fiskum

     

(practice)

2013

   

Charles J. Kirby

     

(practice-academic science buildings)

2013

   

Greg Mella

     

(practice-sustainability)

2013

   

George Shaw

     

(practice)

2013

   

Ted Shelton

     

(education)

2012

   

Timothy Allanbrook

     

(practice-restoration)

2012

   

John Michael Currie

     

(practice-healthcare)

2012

   

Peter C. Doo

     

(practice-sustainability)

2011

   

James Bedrick

     

(practice-technology)

2011

   

Michael Fifield

     

(education)

2011

   

Mark Frisch

     

(practice)

2011

   

Charles D. Liddy, Jr.

     

(practice-preservation)

2011

   

Tully Shelley

     

(practice-laboratory design)

2010

   

Thomas Chessum

     

(practice-healthcare)

2010

   

William Chilton

     

(practice-complex corporate)

2010

   

Michael Corby

     

(practice-sustainable design)

2010

   

H. Scot Latimer

     

(practice-healthcare)

2010

   

Scott Shell

     

(practice-sustainable design)

2009

   

Arthur Cohen

     

(practice)

2009

   

Richard Diedrich

     

(practice-golf facilities)

2009

   

Donna Dunay

     

(education)

2009

   

David Fong

     

(practice)

2009

   

Susan Hensey

     

(practice)

2009

   

Gerald (Butch) Reifert

     

(practice-education facilities)

2009

   

John Yonushewski

     

(practice)

Best examples for Object 3:
To coordinate the building industry and the profession of architecture through cooperatively leading the Institute or a related professional organization.

2014

   

Mary Morissette

   

(led the Institute-advocacy)

2013

   

Russell Davidson

   

(led the Institute-advocacy)

2013

   

Kenneth J. Naylor

   

(led a related professional organization-NCARB)

2012

   

James Peter Clark

   

(led the Institute-chapter/public programs)

2011

   

Don Brown

   

(led the Institute-political advocacy)

2011

   

Reeves Wiedeman

   

(led the Institute-chapter/public awareness)

2010

   

Peter Arsenault

   

(led the Institute-sustainable design)

2009

   

John Klockeman

   

(led the Institute-homelessness/
affordable housing/knowledge programs)

Best examples for Object 4:
To ensure the advancement of the living standards of people through their improved environment, via public service or work in government or industry organizations.

2014

   

Vergel L. Gay, Jr.

   

(public service-public architect)

2014

   

Debra Nauta-Rodriguez

   

(government-museums)

2013

   

Margaret E. Newman

   

(government-municipal urban design)

2012

   

Zaida Basora

   

(government-municipal architect)

2012

   

Karen Ivy Fiene

   

(government-university architect)

2011

   

Thomas E. Luebke

   

(government-US Commission of Fine Arts)

2010

   

Lia Gartner

   

(public service-university architect)

2009

   

Sheryl Kolasinski

   

(government/industry-museums)

2009

   

Anna Wu

   

(government/industry-university)

Best examples for Object 5:
To make the profession of ever-increasing service to society through alternative careers or volunteer work.

2014

   

Becca L. Cavell

   

(volunteer work-modernist preservation

2013

   

Paul Dannels

   

(alternative career-structural engineering consulting)

2013

   

Bill Gaylord

   

(service to society-public design advocacy)

2013

   

Angela O’Byrne

   

(service to society-neighborhood planning/social responsibility)

2012

   

Steven L. Spurlock

   

(service to society)

2010

   

Juan Cotera

   

(volunteer work)

2010

   

Herman Dyal

   

(alternative career-graphic design)

2009

   

Walter Eckenhoff

   

(service to society-architecture foundation)

2009

   

Bruce Starkweather

   

(service to society-public policy)

 

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