A.J. (Jack) Davis, FAIA, has announced that he will step down as dean of the College of Architecture and Urban Studies at Virginia Tech on June 30, 2017, at the conclusion of his second term as dean.
“Serving in one of the profession’s most notable posts in Virginia, Jack Davis has been among our most preeminent architect members,” says Helene Combs Dreiling, FAIA, Executive Director of AIA Virginia, “His enduring dedication to enriching the relationship between architectural education and professional practice has been admirable, and that quest has been of great benefit to us all. We wish Jack the very best as he makes this significant career transition.”
Jack was President of the Virginia Society AIA (now AIA Virginia) in 2014 when we celebrated our Centennial. Read more about our Centennial Cellebrations>>
Jack was also fundamental in the development of the Virginia Accord which looks towards the next 100 years in Virginia, and brought together the planning and design disciplines to examine two key themes critical to the future — job creation and environmental sustainability. We considered these topics through the lenses of transportation, the constructed environment, public health, land development, and urban infill at the Virginia Accord on Sept. 19–20, 2014 at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond, Va.
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Read Jack’s retirement announcement from Virginia Tech.