Ivan H. Smith Visiting Professorship in Architecture
GA (amended): support visiting professorship in Architecture.
Ivan H. Smith, founding partner in the firm of Reynolds, Smith & Hills Inc., created this endowment supporting a visiting professor in architecture. Notable works for which he had principal responsibility include
UF’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Nuclear and Radiological Engineering Building
Music and the Arts building
Jacksonville University’s Council building and dorms
Florida State Capitol complex in Tallahassee
The Duval County Court House
During World War II, he was commissioned as a lieutenant junior grade and advanced to lieutenant in the U.S. Naval reserve, serving in Washington and the Southeast Asia theater where he participated in technical air intelligence in the Burma Campaign.
Reynolds, Smith & Hills Inc. consists of a broad range of client-focused programs, each with its own multidisciplined staff of architects, engineers, planners, environmental scientists and technical support personnel. Clients are served by teams of specialists selected for the expertise and experience they can provide in specific areas of interest. Each team is supported by the firm’s total spectrum of architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services.
Other College of Design, Construction & Planning Giving Opportunities
James McFarlane Endowed Scholarship
James C. Nicholas Endowed Scholarship in Urban and Regional Planning
Edward D. Stone, Jr. Endowed Lecture Series