By: Chelsea Mistretta

Jason Alread, AIA, a professor at the University of Florida School of Architecture in the College of Design, Construction and Planning, recently won the 2020 AIA Florida McMinn Education Award.

The William G. McMinn, FAIA Award for Outstanding Architecture Education Contributions recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to architecture education, inspiring future generations of architects.

Alread has provided extensive service to his institutions, the profession and the community for over 20 years. He does this by being a thoughtful administrator, engaged scholar and impactful teacher.

Alread said, “It’s a great honor to be chosen for the AIA Florida McMinn Education Award. I’ve benefitted so much from the teaching and mentorship I received as a student at UF over 30 years ago and I continue to be humbled by the amazing work of my fellow faculty and students. This is the best design college in the country, and I love hearing back from so many alumni that have excelled in their careers because of our shared efforts.”

Jason Alread, AIA received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture at the University of Florida and Master of Architecture at Yale University. He was a founding partner in Substance Architecture, an international award-winning 25-person firm in Des Moines, Iowa, and was an Associate at HLKB Architecture, the 2001 AIA National Firm of the Year. He has been in professional practice since 1988, a registered architect since 1994, and full-time faculty since 2002.

Share this story on social media:

Scroll to Top