The Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently awarded FIU Architecture Chair, Jason Chandler, with the William G. McMinn, FAIA Award. The McMinn Award honors Chandler’s outstanding architectural contributions to education.
Throughout his career, Chandler has served as an instructor at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in its Career Discovery Program and as an adjunct lecturer at the University of Miami. However, his most notable contributions have been to Florida International University’s Department of Architecture.
For over 20 years, Chandler has been an educator at FIU and was appointed Architecture Department Chair in 2013. His academic activities focus on building construction systems and integrating architecture and urban design. In addition, many of his research and projects have been supported by grants and fellowships.
Chandler’s high aspirations and dedication to his institution and students, make him a true academic leader. His educational experience and strong ties to his architecture practice, have cultivated a contemporary curriculum in today’s architecture culture. We congratulate Department Chair, Jason Chandler, for AIA Florida’s McMinn acknowledgement!
For more information on Jason Chandler’s practice please visit Chandler Architecture
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