George J. Mann
George J. Mann is a professor of architecture and the Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA Endowed Professor of Health Facilities Design at Texas A&M. He has a national and international reputation as a leader in health facilities design. He has had over 49 years of pioneering experience in the field of architecture for health through his architectural research, teaching, consulting and practice. Mann has published numerous articles and research reports, giving presentations of his findings nationally and internationally. He has organized numerous national and international conferences on his practice, consulting, teaching and research. He has served as a faculty member at Kansas State University, Columbia University, The University of Tokyo, Nagoya City University, and The Lady Davis Visiting Professor, Technion (Israel Institute of Architecture). He has guided the architectural education of more than 4000 students, many of whom now lead the architecture for health field across the globe. Mann has been involved in over 800 facility projects worldwide including in the United States, Israel, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua. Among his many honors and awards are the President George H. W. Bush Excellence in Service Award; the first Dean J. Thomas Regan Award for Interdisciplinary Research, Design, and Teaching from the Texas A&M College of Architecture; the Lifetime Leadership Award by the International Academy for Design & Health; and the Healthcare Design Educator of the Year.
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