Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA, is the Founding Dean of the School of Architecture at Marywood University-the first school of architecture to be established in Northeast Pennsylvania.
From 2003 until 2008, Mr. Hunt served as Vice Chairman and Director of Design at Leo A. Daly, an international planning, architecture, engineering and interior design firm. Prior to joining this firm, he was an architectural educator for over 25 years at both Virginia Tech and The Catholic University of America, serving as Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at CUA from 1996 to 2003.
He is a National Peer Reviewer in the GSA's Design Excellence Program and a former member of the National Building Museum's Education Committee. He is a past member of the Executive Board of the Design Futures Council, a past board member of the Washington, D.C. Affiliate Chapter of the National A.C.E. Program and a former member of the Board of Architectural Review in Old Town, Alexandria.
He has been a member of numerous professional design juries, including the 2007 AIA Pennsylvania Awards of Excellence, the Maryland Society AIA Honor Awards, the annual Baltimore Magazine/AIA Baltimore Residential Design Awards Program, and many other regional AIA Design Award juries. He has also served on several Architect Selection Panels, including those for the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C., the Women in Military Service for America Memorial in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Institute of Peace Institute in Washington, D.C., and the Marine Corps Museum in Quantico, Virginia.
Mr. Hunt was elected to the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2000 in recognition of his joint contributions and service both to education and the profession.
On November 6th, 2009, Mr. Hunt was named the 2009 William C. Noland Medalist by the Virginia Society AIA, the highest honor bestowed upon a member of the Society. "The award recognizes architects who have established a distinguished body of accomplishments, sustained over time, which spans broad spectrum of the profession and transcends the scope of normal professional activities."