Bartlett Gains License
Congratulations are in order to our newest Missouri-licensed architect, Lyria Bartlett, AIA.
Lyria is a practitioner and instructor of architecture and interior design. She is resident faculty in the Department of Architectural Studies at the University of Missouri. After receiving her Masters Degree in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and practicing for several years, Ms. Bartlett returned to school and is currently pursuing a PhD in Art Education. Her research interests include Design Process, Design Pedagogy, Positive Coaching, Creativity Research, Sustainable Technology, Professional and Community Relationships. She is also a coach for the award-winning Rock Bridge High School dance team. Lyria resides in Columbia, Missouri with her husband, Brook Harlan.
Lyria’s architectural supervisors and mentors during her internship were Keith Miller of Columbia Associates Architecture, and Shelley Simon of SOA, Inc.
Roy J. Pallardy Memorial Scholarship Awarded
AIA Mid-Missouri recently awarded the 2013 Roy Pallardy Memorial Scholarship to Sara Hartman of Jefferson City, Missouri at our Awards Celebration held on October 18th. The scholarship award totaled $2,000 with $1,000 coming from the local chapter's dues and Scholarship Trust Fund and $1,000 coming from a matching grant provided by the National AIA organization.
The annual scholarship was established in 1985 by the Mid-Missouri Chapter AIA to recognize Roy J. Pallardy's outstanding service to the profession, community and AIA Mid-Missouri Chapter, while practicing architecture in Central Missouri.
The matching grant is the national American Institute of Architects' effort to support local Chapters in promoting the profession and providing student financial support to emerging leaders in the architectural field of study.
Sara is currently enrolled in her final year of architectural studies towards a Master of Architecture degree from Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, with anticipated graduation in May, 2014.