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Adam H. Donner an Associate member of the AIA (American Institute of Architects), is a recent Masters of Architecture graduate from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He received his Bachelor of Science from Wayne State College with an emphasis in Fine Arts in May, 2008 and was the 2008 Sculpt Siouxland People's Choice Award winner for a sculpture he designed there.
Adam is a member of Tau Sigma Delta, a national honor society honoring high scholastic standing in
Architecture, Landscape and Allied Arts of Design. He is also a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a
national honor society honoring high scholastic achievement of adults who accomplish academic
excellence while facing competing responsibilities and interests.
Having traveled abroad extensively, his journeys include study abroad courses of Language and Art in
France, Drawing and Architecture in Italy, as well as a semester for Graduate Studies of Architecture in
London, England, which he was able to use as a base of departure to voyage to several other countries
in Europe, Africa and Asia. Adam is also a Staff Sergeant in the Army National Guard, having spent a year deployed to Iraq in 2006.
Adam's future focus, while working toward architectural licensing, includes expanding his understanding of computational design while maintaining a sense of art to embed meaning and intimacy into the architecture he designs.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, MArch, Master of Architecture
High scholastic standing in Architecture, Landscape, and Allied Arts of Design
Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society, Award
High scholastic achievement of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing responsibilities and interests.
Army Commondation Medal, Award
The Army Commendation Medal is awarded to any member, other than General Officers, of the Armed Forces that distinguishes himself or herself by heroism, meritorious achievement or meritorious service.