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Architect , educator

Marleen Kay Davis, American architect, educator. Licensed architect, New York, Massachusetts. Recipient Grand Prize award University Miami Campus Masterplan Design Competition, 1986, Third Prize award Fort Lauderdale (Florida) Riverfront Plaza Design Competition, 1982. Member of Executive Women’s Association of Knoxville.

Background

Davis, Marleen Kay was born on April 24, 1952 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Edward William and Mary Margaret (Dixon) Kay.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Cornell University, 1976. Master of Architecture with honors, Harvard University, 1979.

Career

Designer Henry Schadler & Associates, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1977-1978, Sert Jackson & Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1979-1980. Architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Boston, 1980-1981. Associate professor architecture Syracuse University, New York, 1981—1994.

Dean College Architecture and Design, University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1994—2003, distinguished professor, since 2003. Board member National Architectural Accreditation Board.

Achievements

  • Licensed architect, New York, Massachusetts.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitor recent faculty competitions, Syracuse University, 1983, 85, 86, portfolios in architecture, New York City, 1983.

Membership

Member of Executive Women’s Association of Knoxville.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel.

Connections

Married Thomas Kirby Davis, April 8, 1978. Children: Stephen Mabon, Robert Jackson.

father:
Edward William Kay

mother:
Mary Margaret (Dixon) Kay

spouse:
Thomas Kirby Davis

children:
Stephen Mabon Davis

Robert Jackson Davis