Tulane School of Architecture alumni and faculty elevated to American Institute of Architects College of Fellows
Four Tulane School of Architecture alumni and two faculty members are among the 152 American Institute of Architects members elevated to the organization's prestigious College of Fellows for 2018.
Fellowship is awarded to architects who have made significant contributions to the profession and society on a national level. The distinction is competitive, with only three percent of the AIA’s more than 91,000 members currently recognized as fellows.
Tulane School of Architecture community members in the 2018 cohort include:
- Christopher Cooper FAIA (A '91)
- J.R. Coleman Davis-Pagan FAIA (A ’75)
- Clemens Schaub FAIA (A '76)
- Wayne Troyer FAIA (A '83)
- Lee Ledbetter FAIA, adjunct lecturer
- Z. Smith FAIA, adjunct assistant professor
- Donald Gatzke FAIA, former dean
For more information on the College of Fellows and to view a complete list of honorees, click here.