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architecture educator

Amos Ih-Tiao Chang was Chinese architecture educator. Certified architect National Council Architectural Registration Boards; registered architect Kansas, New York, Missouri. Chang Gallery named in his honor Kansas State University.

Background

Chang, Amos Ih-Tiao was born on December 2, 1916 in District Pu-nin, Kwangtung, China. Came to the United States, 1967. Son of Sia-tee and Sok-gat (Lin) Chang.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, National Chung King University, 1939. Master of Fine Arts in Architecture, Princeton University, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture, Princeton University, 1951.

Career

Archt. engineer, China, 1934-1946. Teacher, architect Princeton Graduate School, New Jersey, 1951-1952. Architect Bangkok, Thailand, 1952-1967.

Teacher, archt. Kansas State University, 1967-1973, associate professor archt., 1974, professor, 1974-1987. Retired, 1987.

Achievements

  • Certified architect National Council Architectural Registration Boards. Registered architect Kansas, New York, Missouri.

Works

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects, International School Chinese Philosophy, International Shell Structure Association, Chinese Society Engineers United States of America (Paul Harris fellow), Rotary Club, Phi Tau Phi, Tau Sigma Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Violin.

Connections

Married Jennie Ming chio, August 3, 1938. Children: Chung Yue, Chung Tsiang, Chung Ling, Songsri.

father:
Sia-tee Chang

mother:
Sok-gat (Lin) Chang

spouse:
Jennie Ming chio

child:
Chung Yue Chang

child:
Chung Tsiang Chang

child:
Chung Ling Chang

child:
Songsri Chang