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AIA HENRY ADAMS MEDAL

Awarded By

American Institute of Architects

Description

In 1915, through its president Mr. R. C. Sturgis, the American Institute of Architects offered the university a medal to be awarded each year upon nomination by the faculty in the Department of Architecture to that graduate of the professional degree program in architecture who has shown the highest average of excellence throughout the course of study in the program. The award is given for "general excellence in architecture throughout the four-year course to graduating students of architecture schools recognized by the Institute."

Nature of Award

Type of award:
Honors (medal, certificate, book, trophy, etc)

Full description of award:
Medal, letter

Number Available

1

Eligibility

General restrictions:

  •   Must be Harvard student
  •   Must be GSD student
  •   Specific degree/program (see below)


Full description of eligibility restrictions:
Graduating MArch I students

Method

Departmental vote

Basis of Award

Highest academic achievement

Deadline

N/A

When Awarded

Commencement

Contact

Architecture Dept (Rm 207)

Previous Winners Include:

2014: W. Gavin Robb
2013: Caroline Shannon
2012: Carl D’Apolito-Dworkin
2011: Kevin Hirth
2010: Nathan Fash
2009: Elizabeth Christoforetti
2008: Behrang Behin
2007: Andrew Jonathan Witt
2006: Joel DuWayne Lamere
2005: Daniel Sewall Adams
2004: Jason Halaby
2003: Bryan Young
2002: Simeon Seigel
2001: Jonathan Ramsey
2000: Jeannie Kim
1999: Sven Schroeter
1998: Sze Tsung Leong
1997: Francisco Rodriguez
1996: Paige Rodriguez 
1995: Shaun Donovan

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