Congratulations to Julie Engh (Urban Design & Architecture Studies, ’05), winner of a 2014 AIA Associates Award

29 Jan

URDS alumna Julie Ann Engh was awarded one of three Associates Awards given by the American Institute of Architects.  As the AIA’s website puts it, the Associates Award “is the highest award given to individual associate AIA members who best exemplify the highest qualities of leadership and have demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to their component or region’s membership, in the community, in professional organizations, and/or in the design and construction industries.”

In 2012, Julie was the recipient of an AIANYS Intern-Associate Award; for more information, see our Fall 2012 Alumni News post.Julie Engh

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  1. Alumni News, Spring 2014 | Fields of Vision - 03/27/2014

    […] Julie Ann Engh (B.A. Urban Design and Architecture Studies, ’05) was awarded one of three Associates Awards given by the American Institute of Architects.  As the AIA’s website puts it, the Associates Award “is the highest award given to individual associate AIA members who best exemplify the highest qualities of leadership and have demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to their component or region’s membership, in the community, in professional organizations, and/or in the design and construction industries.” In 2012, Julie earned an AIANYS Intern-Associate Award. […]

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