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Women in Design Award of Excellence

Submission Deadline: July 24, 2015
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Past Awardees

Rebecca Barnes FAIA (2000)Judith Nitsch PE (2000)Jane Weinzapfel FAIA (2000)Carol R. Johnson FASLA (2001)Elizabeth S. Padjen FAIA (2001)Clara Wainwright (2001)Barbara Boylan FAIA (2002)Joan Goody FAIA (2002)Sharon Matthews AIA (2002)Sarah Harkness FAIA (2003)Andrea Leers FAIA (2003)Victoria Sirianni (2003)Ann Beha FAIA (2004)Marion Pressley FASLA (2004)Martha Schwartz FASLA (2004)Valerie Fletcher (2005)Jennifer Jones FASLA (2005)Maryann Thompson FAIA (2005)Doris Cole FAIA (2006)Coco Raynes (2006)Adèle Naudé Santos FAIA (2006)Jill Medvedow (2007)Elise Woodward AIA (2007)Elizabeth Ericson FAIA (2008)Diane Georgopulos FAIA (2008)Nancy Jenner, Hon. BSA (2008)Barbra Batshalom (2009)Polly Flansburgh Hon. AIA/BSA (2009)Lynn Wolff FASLA (2009)Sheila Kennedy AIA (2010)Laura Solano ASLA (2010)Dr. Katherine Sloan (2010)Pamela Delphenich FAIA (2011)Pamela W. Hawkes FAIA (2011)Deborah Pierce AIA (2011)Tamara Roy AIA (2012)Janet Echelman (2012)Gail Sullivan AIA (2013)Kathleen Lugosch FAIA (2013)Carole C. Wedge FAIA (2013)Neri Oxman (2014)Laura Wernick FAIA (2014)Anne Hawley (2015)Mikyoung Kim (2015)Vivien Li (2015)

Click on any of the thumbnails above to view a slideshow of recent award winners.

To view the full list of past awardees, click here.

The award is presented in recognition of a person who has designed one's own life in design, whose work exemplifies the best of process and product, and who uses a position of achievement to give back to the world of design and to the community at large.

Deadline: All submissions are due by 4:00 pm on Friday July 24th, 2015

Person: A living person, who works and/or has worked in the New England region. (Persons who have died may receive an honorary award, posthumously, at the committee's discretion). Ethical, confident, exemplifies exceptional excellence. Brings multiple experiences to work in design of the built environment.
Process: Celebrates the "long and winding road.” Shares responsibilities and information, cares for others’ well being. Invites participation and encourages participation.
Product: Demonstrates exceptional excellence, reflects process. Content of design and built work: formal design issues and programmatic experience in equal measure. Content of non-design and non-built work (ie: writing, teaching): formal design issues and programmatic experience in equal measure.
Position: Success has been achieved well and then used well. Affects change. Position/success is part of an evolving career.

View the CFE and entry form.

Complete thie entry form and mail it with supporting documents and a CD of the submission in pdf format to the attention of:

Attn: Ruth Super
Women In Design Award of Excellence,
Boston Society of Architects,
290 Congress Street, Suite 200,
​Boston, MA 02210-1038

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