Margaret Fletcher Named Professor in Architecture
Margaret Fletcher, faculty in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) was recently promoted from Associate to Full Professor of Architecture.
An APLA alumna, Fletcher has been teaching in the architecture program at Auburn for over 10 years. Fletcher, a Gresham Endowed Professor, is an innovative educator who consistently brings emerging technologies and methods to her teaching. Fletcher’s creative practice is focused on issues related to architectural and spatial representation, and she has won numerous awards for art, architecture, and graphic design. A practicing architect and artist in addition to her role as faculty at Auburn’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA), Fletcher is also a prolific author, recognized for her expertise and innovations in graphic communication and representation. Fletcher has received the Auburn Author Award three times, first in 2017 and most recently in 2021. Routledge published Constructing the Persuasive Portfolio; The Only Primer You’ll Ever Need, in 2016 and Visual Communication for Architects and Designers: Constructing the Persuasive Presentation in 2020. Princeton University Press published Architectural Styles: a Visual Guide with drawings by Robbie Polley in 2020.
It is of note during Women in History month, where we commemorate the vital role of women in American history, that Margaret Fletcher is now one of three female full Professors in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. Her dedication to teaching, design, and craft is an accomplishment surely inspiring to fellow female colleagues. Please join APLA in extending sincere congratulations to Margaret Fletcher on her promotion.