AIA Fellows are recognized with the AIA’s highest membership honor for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society. The prestige of FAIA after your name is unparalleled and the judging is rigorous.
Architects who have made significant contributions to the profession and society and who exemplify architectural excellence can become an AIA Fellow. Approximately 3% of the AIA’s 88,000+ members have this distinction.
Suzanne Frasier, FAIA
Morgan State University
Through her enthusiastic teaching, mentorship, and leadership at Morgan State University, Suzanne Frasier enhances the diversity of architectural education and the entire profession; her collaborative academic research in India creates a bridge between two continents.
David Mayhew, FAIA
As University Architect, David Mayhew AIA, has raised the standard for public architecture at Towson University, and dramatically improved the living and learning environment through the promotion of integrated planning, design innovation, sustainability, and collaboration.