The Della and Harry MacDonald Dean's Chair in Architecture
The Della and Harry MacDonald Dean's Chair stands as an enduring tribute to the MacDonald's outstanding leadership and commitment to USC's goals. The Dean's Chair will allow all deans to carry vital projects to fruition and to pursue the School's most important educational goals. The Chair will ensure that the vision of the School's founders, graduates, and donors is forever nurtured and strengthened.
Qingyun Ma: 2007 - Present
Robert H. Timme, FAIA: 1996 - 2005
AC Martin Visiting Professor in Architectural Design
The AC Martin Visiting Professorship in Architectural Design stands as a lasting tribute to the Martin architectural legacy, and to their outstanding leadership. The endowment funds a distinguished visiting faculty member whose teaching will instill the philosophical leadership of the various design disciplines of the architectural team and help young students uphold the ideals of the Master Builder.
Oliver Schulze: Fall 2011
Francois Roche: Fall 2009
Jeanne Gang, AIA: Spring 2008
Minsuk Cho: Spring 2007
Randall Stout, FAIA: Fall 2005
Joseph Giovannini: Spring 2005
David Martin, FAIA: Fall 2003
Frederick Fisher, FAAR: Fall 2002
Scott Johnson, FAIA: Spring 2002
Eric Owen Moss, FAIA: Fall 2001
Mark Rios, FAIA: Spring 2001
Anthony Lumsden, FAIA: Fall 2000
MacDonald and Diane Becket Professorship in Community Design
Established by two USC alumni, MacDonald Becket and his wife, Diane Becket, Ph.D., this professorship supports a USC School of Architecture faculty's teaching and research that explores issues in community and urban design with a special emphasis on the relationships between educational and community facilities. This professorship is permanently linked to the Diane and MacDonald Becket Professorship in Educational Governance at the USC Rossier School of Education.
Charles A. Lagreco, AIA: 1999 - Present
Nancy M. & Edward D. Fox Urban Design Critic
A faculty endowment honoring Nancy and Edward Fox, members of a three-generation Trojan family. The Nancy M. and Edward D. Fox Urban Design Critic endowment provides funds for the annual appointment of a visiting urban design critic at the School. The critic is responsible for teaching and research in the area of urban design and the role of the business community in the development of cities. The critic incorporates the complimentary roles of architects, urban designers and financial partners in city building.
Julie Snow, FAIA: Spring 2013
Dan Meis, FAIA: Fall 2011
Mia Lehrer, FASLA: Fall 2010
Michael Maltzan: Fall 2009
Stan Allen, AIA: Spring 2008
Cesar Pelli, FAIA: Spring 2007
David Gray, FAIA: Fall 2006
Maria C. Romañach: Fall 2005
Amedeo Petrilli: Fall 2004
Scott Johnson, FAIA: Fall 2003
Katherine Diamond, FAIA: Spring 2002
R. Doss Mabe, FAIA: Fall 2001
Jon Adams Jerde, FAIA Chair in Architecture
The Jon Adams Jerde, FAIA Chair in Architecture honors Jon Jerde as an internationally renowned architect, urban designer, and distinguished USC Architecture alumnus. The endowment supports a visiting design studio faculty member, whose teaching will focus on the integration and collaboration of urban design, and architecture.
Will Bruder, FAIA: Fall 2012
Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA: Fall 2011
Lorcan O'Herlihy: Spring 2010
Jon Adams Jerde, FAIA Visiting Design Professor in Architecture
The Jon Adams Jerde, FAIA Visiting Design Professor in Architecture honors Jon Jerde as an internationally renowned architect, urban designer, and distinguished USC Architecture alumnus. The endowment supports a visiting design studio faculty member, whose teaching will focus on the integration and collaboration of urban design, and architecture.
Sir Peter Cook: Spring 2008
Rem Koolhaas: Spring 2007
John Friedman and Alice Kimm: Spring 2006
Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA: Fall 2005
Margaret Griffin and John Enright: Spring 2005
Kazuyo Sejima and Ryyue Nishizawa: Fall 2003
Tadao Ando: Fall 2002
Michael Maltzan: Spring 2002
Steven Ehrlich, FAIA: Spring 2001
George Isaacs Distinguished Fellow in Digital Technology
Established by prominent USC alumnus, George Isaacs, the 2010 Fellowship is awarded to a leading international scholar, research and/or practitioner in the emerging field of integrated digital technology. The purpose of the visiting fellowship is to impact teaching, study and research to stimulate and transform design excellence through integrated digital technology. The process is embedded in all academic levels at the School of Architecture. The fellow engages students and faculty through a variety of academic activities including lectures, a studio, workshops, symposia, exhibition and a subsequent publication.
Roland Snooks: Fall 2010