Ulf is Named AIA Upjohn Fellow
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently named M. Hunter Ulf, AIA, as a Richard Upjohn Fellow. He accepted the honor from the Institutes President at a gathering of AIA leadership in Washington, DC. The Richard Upjohn Fellowship is reserved for members of the AIA who serve on the Institutes National Board of Directors. Ulf just finished a three-year term as the Director representing the New England Region for the 73,000-member organization. During his term, Ulf chaired the Gold Medal and Firm of the Year Advisory Jury, which selects recipients for the highest Institute honor. He served as a member of the Joint Committee of the AIA and Associated General Contractors, and chaired the Institutes Convention Site Selection Committee, which identifies the locations for their 23,000-attendee annual conventions.Named after one of the founding members of the American Institute of Architects in 1857, a Richard Upjohn Fellow has come to symbolize a high level of dedication to the advancement of the profession of architecture. There are approximately 12 architects from across the nation named as Richard Upjohn Fellows annually by the Institute.Ulf is a founding Principal of UK Architects in Hanover, NH, and resides in Pomfret, VT. UK Architects strives to make a lasting difference in communities and the environment through their work with residential, commercial, and institutional clients.