Eight Texans Selected for AIA Fellowship

Eight Texans are among 105 newly elected 2012 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Fellows. The Fellows were selected from a pool of 220 candidates, which included 21 from Texas. Fellowship is the AIA's most prestigious honor to bestow on a member.

Zaida Basora, FAIA
Fernando L. Brave, FAIA
David Alan Dillard, FAIA
Jerry Halcomb, FAIA
Rodney Hill, FAIA
Gregory Ibanez, FAIA

The American Institute of Architects' most prestigious honor is the designation of a member as a Fellow. Fellowship is awarded to members who have made significant contributions to architecture and society on a national level and who have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. The honor is signified by the designation "FAIA" that appears after a member's name.

Zaida Basora, FAIA
Government/Industry Organization
AIA Dallas

Fernando L. Brave, FAIA
Practice
AIA Houston

David Alan Dillard, FAIA
Practice
AIA Dallas

Jerry L. Halcomb, FAIA
Practice
AIA Dallas

Rodney Culver Hill, FAIA
Education
AIA Brazos

Gregory S. Ibanez, FAIA
Design
AIA Fort Worth

David J. Lind, FAIA
Practice
AIA Dallas

Charles K. Thompson, FAIA
Alternative Career
AIA Austin



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