The following individuals will serve as jurors for the 2017 SCUP excellence awards program. Jurors are selected for their planning and design expertise from institutions and firms around the country.
As Architect and Planner, Brodie Bain has over 25 years of experience focused on the Pre-Design/Planning Process for higher education institutions. Brodie’s passion is helping institutions achieve their mission with a supportive physical environment. This requires thinking strategically about priorities within the context of the long term vision. Her work in campus planning, programming, utilization studies, site planning and pre-designs for the full range of campus building types at over 30 institutions affords a comparative perspective that is invaluable to clients. Brodie’s approach stems from a passion for listening to users and translating their needs into workable space within the context of physical opportunities and operational constraints. Her master plans include physical solutions that weave open space, connections and context with building function, placement and image. Brodie has worked across the country and led nationally innovative approaches to sustainable master planning.
2017 Jury Chair
Mark Hough has been the University Landscape Architect at Duke University since 2000. He has overseen the master planning and site design during the largest period of expansion in the university’s history. He is involved in all aspects of campus planning, design, historic preservation and natural resource management on the Olmsted Brothers-design campus. His leadership on several presidential committees helps to shape the campus from both a policy and practical perspective. Mark is a sought after writer and speaker on issues associated with campus planning and design, sustainability, and the stewardship of cultural landscapes. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and, in 2011, was awarded the prestigious Bradford Williams Medal for superior writing about landscape architecture.
Thomas Huf is Senior Program Manager for Facilities Planning at the UMass Amherst Campus Planning Division. He has led programming, planning, and design for capital projects on campus since 2006. Working with the Provost's and Chancellor's Offices on strategic plan priorities and how they affect facilities decisions, he has led multiple facility strategic plans and programming for instructional space, team-based learning prototyping, public health plans, student center plans, and science and engineering facility plans as well as for many individual buildings with a construction value of over $1B. The range of work over the past 10 years has included historic asset renewal, renovation, and new construction as well as the Master Plan for 11M gsf of space that projects future growth. Tom’s background in campus development started with degrees in Architecture and Building Science from Rensselaer and Urban Design/City Planning from Harvard.
As Architect for the University, Alice Raucher advises the Buildings and Grounds Committee of the Board of Visitors on the development of the University’s capital planning and design guidelines, as well as specific building design guidelines. Ms. Raucher manages University-wide land-use and campus planning projects, engaging in community and agency interface in these areas, including with the UVa Foundation. She oversees the architectural design of all capital projects, and provides professional guidance on the selection of consultants associated with planning, building and landscape projects. Ms. Raucher works with the University Advancement office on the Jeffersonian Grounds Initiative, and participates with stakeholders around the Grounds to advance the University’s sustainability goals. Ms. Raucher most recently served as Senior Architect, Major Projects Planner, and Chair of the Design Steering Team for Yale University’s Office of Facilities Planning, Construction and Renovation
Graham Wyatt FAIA, Partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is a nationally-recognized leader in the programming, planning, and design of facilities for both academic institutions and mixed-use urban development. In addition to his work at Drexel University, Mr. Wyatt's institutional work includes the new Downtown Hartford Campus for the University of Connecticut as well as buildings at the University of Florida, the University of Central Florida, Pennsylvania State University, Yale University, Harvard University, University of Michigan, Southern Methodist University, Rice University, Stanford University, and Tsinghua University in China. Mr. Wyatt recently presented at the SCUP North Atlantic Regional Conference a session focused on the strategies employed at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government to fortify internal connections and strengthen links with the surrounding community. Mr. Wyatt is a graduate of Princeton University, (A.B. Summa), Columbia University (M. Arch.), and the London School of Economics (Dipl. Econ.).