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Jason Hart, ARC 2000, recently had an op-ed published in "The Architect's Newspaper." The piece proposed that saving Richard Neutra's Cyclorama Center in Gettysburg, Pa., is about more than just a modern landmark. Hart is co-founder of the Boston-based CUBE design and research.
Randolph C. Henning, AIA, ARC 1976, was recently awarded a Merit Award for design excellence by the Winston-Salem section of the North Carolina American Institute of Architects for his design of the sanctuary addition and modifications to Temple Emanuel located in Winston-Salem, N.C. Henning resides in Lewisville, N.C.
David Bradley Hester, ARC 1987, has formed the law firm of Miller, Hester & Eisele, P.L., in Orlando, Fla. The firm's practice areas include real estate development and finance, lender representation, commercial and residential real estate transactions, commercial leasing, construction and commercial litigation, agri-business and agricultural lending. Brad lives with his wife, Sloane Hester, and two children, Bailey, 18, and Dayton, 14, in Winter Park, Fla.
Timothy Jackson, BCN 1989, and Frank Kendrick, BCN 1989, were featured on the March cover of "Black Enterprise" magazine. The article "How We Grew Our Business Using Technology" is the feature of the issue.
Yongseok Jang, Ph.D. 2009, was recently selected for a post-doc fellowship at UF's Warrington College of Business Administration.
Bill Joslin, ARC 1981, has returned to the United States after spending more than 17 years abroad, 15 of those in Berlin, Germany. He is now a studio director at McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture in Spartanburg, S.C.
Raymond Jungles, LAE 1981, and his firm, Raymond Jungles, Inc., were recently honored with two Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (FLASLA) awards in the Institutional and Residential Design Categories.
Crystal Lester, ARC 2004, M.Arch 2005, received an award from the Lakeland Chapter of Girls Inc. Since graduation, Lester joined Furr & Wegman Architects in Lakeland and achieved certification as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional.
Bill Martin, ARC 1997 and M.Arch 1999, has been promoted to an Associate Principal with the design firm of SchenkelShultz Architecture, based in Orlando, Fla. While with SchenkelShultz, Bill has focused on winning, designing and delivering projects in their Higher Education and K-12 markets.
Maria Masque, MAURP 1994, led the city of El Mirage to adopt the first fully sustainable general plan in the state of Arizona. Masque serves as principal of Community and Regional Planning for the city.
Jennifer (Smith) McAlister, BCN 2000, project manager with NDC Construction Company in Bradenton, Fla., recently completed construction on the new $18 million Palmetto Elementary School in Manatee County, Fla. The architect on the project was a fellow DCP alumnus Todd Willise, M.Arch 1990, with Hoffman Architects, PA of Tarpon Springs, Fla.
Joanna (Lenz) Mulhall, IND 1993, recently joined DOTI Global Sourcing in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The company specializes in residential design and FF&E sourcing, installation and project management services.
Katherine Zollinger, IND 1998, recently accepted a Facilities Associate position at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation in Chicago.