Rob Chandler elevated to AIA College of Fellows
Rob Chandler has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for his significant contributions to the profession. He joins the esteemed ranks of only 147 AIA members nationwide and four internationally that have been elevated this year to the prestigious College of Fellows.
“To be recognized by the Jury of the Fellows for my work is a high honor. It is my passion to design inspiring higher education and institutional buildings that powerfully support the social interaction critical in our lives today. And I will continue to focus on projects that foster a new kind of intellectual and community learning that will impact both today’s and future generations.“
Rob has been the design force behind many of Goody Clancy’s most successful projects for higher-education and institutional clients, demonstrating how thoughtfully-designed academic buildings can foster a new kind of learning.
Throughout his career he has created academic buildings with rich, three-dimensional interior landscapes that are memorable venues for the shared activity of organizing and analyzing information to create and convey knowledge—the essence of learning. His portfolio includes such notable contributions as:
- The Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire
- The Hariri Building which houses the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University
- The Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center at Harvard Business School
- The Rohrer College of Business at Rowan University
- The Griffin Hall Center for Informatics at Northern Kentucky University
- The Administration Building Renovation, the Yawkey Student Recreation Center, and the Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center at Emmanuel College
- Sheehan Hall at Worcester State University
- Warren | Moore Residential Colleges at Vanderbilt University
- The Scott McKinley Research Building at the Washington University School of Medicine
- The Burton Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship at Purdue University