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Michael AmbroseMichael Ambrose, architect and capital project manager in Facilities Planning and Design, was elected to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Triangle 2024 Board of Directors. AIA Triangle is the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects and serves Wake, Durham, Orange, Lee, Chatham, Franklin, Warren, Vance, Granville and Person counties. The AIA Triangle Board of Directors governs the organizational finances and sets long-term priorities for programs.

In his role at Carolina, Ambrose oversees a diverse portfolio of projects at UNC-Chapel Hill, including most recently the addition to the Kenan-Flagler Business School, known as the new Steven D. Bell Hall, as well as the Porthole Alley Redevelopment project on Franklin Street.

Ambrose is very active in the AIA Triangle chapter, serving on the AIA Triangle K-12 Educational Outreach Taskforce. His Board announcement refers to him as “a passionate advocate for the profound impact architecture and design can have on individuals and communities,” with a strong belief in “fostering a more diverse and inclusive architectural profession.”

Ambrose earned his Master of Architecture from Syracuse University and his Bachelor of Architecture from Temple University. He has 22 years of experience as an educator of architecture and is currently an associate professor of practice in the School of Architecture at the University of Tennessee.

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