Adam Gross is the University of Maryland's School of Architecture's Kea Distinguished Professor for the Spring 2010 semester. The Kea endowment was established early in the School's history and is the highest honor that the Architecture Program can bestow. This endowment permits the program to engage outstanding individuals in the field with architecture students and faculty.
Adam's duties as Kea Distinguished Professor will involve a series of six day-long engagements with the 14 students in the ARCH Master's Thesis in Architecture. It will also include a public lecture this spring. This follows Adam's teaching engagement as the Fay Jones visiting Chair at the University of Arkansas where he taught in 2007/2008.
Adam is a Principal with Ayers Saint Gross and has more than 30 years of experience in campus planning and architectural design of various building types. In addition, he has written and lectured extensively on urban design, collegiate architecture and master planning. He received a Bachelor of Architecture in 1978 from Syracuse University and participated in Design Studio, Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1976.
Eckerd College, Armcoast Library
Emory University, Business School Study
Emory University, Law School Study
Emory University, School of Nursing
Georgetown University, Dahlgren Library Renovation Study
Haverford College, Integrated Natural Sciences Center
Haverford College, Stokes Hall Renovation
Hobart & William Smith Colleges, Performing Arts Study
James Madison University, CISAT
Johns Hopkins University, Chemistry Building Study
Johns Hopkins University, Engineering Building Study
Johns Hopkins Medicine, Wilmer Eye Insitute
Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins University, Krieger-Maryland Complex
Johns Hopkins University, Physics and Astronomy Building
University of Kentucky, College of Law Study
University of Kentucky, Music School Study
Loyola College, Graduate Executive Center
Loyola College, Law School Study
University of Kentucky, Business School Study