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Texas A&M College of Architecture announces Anat Geva's retirement

by Texas A&M University, College of Architecture | Aug 20, 2020
August 5, 2020 via Facebook
Anat Geva
‘95, an internationally known and respected author, researcher and professor of architecture, has retired from the Texas A&M faculty.
A licensed architect who practiced in Israel and the U.S. for more than 20 years, Geva joined the Aggie faculty in 1991.
“Her design work involving historic buildings and sacred spaces seeded a love for the fields in which she has been teaching at Texas A&M the past 29 years,” said Dawn Jourdan, executive associate dean of the College of Architecture. “Her work in expanding the field of architectural practice is a celebrated part of her research and teaching, and her expertise continues to inspire a new generation of architects and scholars.”
See the vdeo montage of Anat Geva at Texas A & M  College of Architecture here.

Anat Geva joined SAH in 1996.  She has served on the H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship Committee and the SAH Board from 2016-2019.  She chaired a session at the 2016 SAH Annual International Conference in Pasadena, CA. 

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