ISI Board member Kathleen Lugosch was elevated to fellow of the American Institute of Architects on June 21, 2013 at the AIA's National Convention in Denver, Colorado.
Lugosch's honor recognizes her outstanding contribution to the creation of the first public accredited architecture program in New England as well as her excellence in the profession. Her nomination notes that the architecture program is distinctly interdisciplinary, drawing faculty from diverse departments such landscape and regional planning, engineering, art history, history, and the interdisciplinary environmental sciences program. Lugosch's contributions to the program include working to provide access to an architectural education regardless of financial ability and to promote women's interest and involvement in architecture careers.
A full list of the 2013 fellows can be found here.