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Architect , educator

Paul Malcolm Heffernan, American architect, educator. Fellow American Institute of Architects (committee scholarships and awards 1956-1958), Royal Society Arts (London); life fellow International Institute Arts and Letters, Lindau, Germany; member Theta Delta Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Sigma Delta, Sigma Upsilon.

Background

Heffernan, Paul Malcolm was born on January 23, 1909 in Decorah, Iowa, United States. Son of Walter A. and Laura D. (Bethuram) Heffernan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Iowa State University, 1929. Master of Science Architectural Engineering, Iowa State University, 1931. M. Architect, Harvard, 1935.

Student, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France, 1938.

Career

Instructor Iowa State University, 1931-1933. Member faculty College Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, 1938-1987, Prof, 1944-1976, director college, 1956-1976, director and professor emeritus, 1976-1987, adjunct professor study abroad program Paris, 1976-1977. Designer Bush-Brown, Gailey and Heffernan (which conducted master plan and building plans for Georgia Institute of Technology), 1944-1954.

Consultant architectural education Southern Regional Education Board, 1953. Consultant architect Georgia Institute of Technology, 1956-1964, local firms. Consultant design Public Housing Administration, Washington.

Member architectural award juries. Member Georgia Board Examination and Registration of Architects, 1961-1971, president, 1967-1969.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects (committee scholarships and awards 1956-1958), Royal Society Arts (London). Life fellow International Institute Arts and Letters, Lindau, Germany. Member Theta Delta Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Sigma Delta, Sigma Upsilon.

Connections

father:
Walter A. Heffernan

mother:
Laura D. (Bethuram) Heffernan