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Glenn Keyes, FAIA, Elevated to the AIA College of Fellows

Glenn Keyes, FAIA is elected to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects. The Jury of Fellows selected Glenn for elevation to Fellowship for his distinguished work in preservation.

The College of Fellows, founded in 1952, is composed of members of the Institute who are elected to Fellowship by a jury of their peers. Fellowship is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member. Elevation to Fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of the architect as an individual but also elevates, before the public and the profession, those architects who have made significant contributions to architecture and to society.

This year, the Jury of Fellows elevated 122 AIA members to the College of Fellows. With a total AIA membership of more than 80,000 architects, there are only 3,000 distinguished with this honor. Those elevated to fellowship will be honored this summer at an investiture ceremony at the National AIA Convention.

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