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Ayers Saint Gross principal to give Kea lecture at University of Maryland

Adam Gross, FAIA, principal of Ayers Saint Gross in Baltimore, Maryland, has been appointed as the University of Maryland's School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's Kea Distinguished Professor for the Spring 2010 Lecture Series.

The Kea endowment is the highest honor that the architecture program can bestow. This endowment permits the architecture school to engage outstanding individuals in the field with the school, its faculty and students.

Alvaro Rojas, Christopher Payne and Michael Graves will join Gross in delivering a series of free public lectures. Gross will present his 2010 lecture Wednesday, May 5th at 6:30 pm in the Architecture Building Auditorium.

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