COLLEGE OF FELLOWS
The American Institute of Architects bestows the recognition of Fellowship for achievement in architecture on members who have contributed notably to the advancement of the profession of architecture. With the exception of the Gold Medal, Fellowship is the highest honor the AIA can bestow on a member.
Fellowship is conferred on members with at least 10 years of continuous membership who have made significant contributions to the aesthetic, scientific, and practical efficiency of the profession; to the standards of architectural education, training, and practice; to the building industry through leadership of the AIA and other related professional organizations; to the advancement of the living standards of people through their improved environment and to society through significant public service.
Founded in 1952, the College of Fellows includes approximately five percent of the total AIA membership. Those advanced to fellowship may use "FAIA" after their names in recognition of their contributions in design, education, research, or public service.
AIA EL PASO CHAPTER MEMBERS RECOGNIZED WITH FELLOWSHIP
Edwin Carroll, FAIA | 1962
Louis Daeuble, FAIA | 1975
Robert Garland, Jr, FAIA | 1985
Duffy B. Stanley, FAIA | 1999
Nestor Infanzon Olivieri, FAIA | 2004
Morris A. Brown, FAIA | 2013