Tom Jaeger Profile
Masters in Architectural Design - University of Illinois
Postgraduate Studies in Architecture, City Planning, and Visual Design - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tom Jaeger is an architect and academician with over 50 years of simultaneous service in both professions. He co-ordinates and teaches in the fourth year integrated architectural design courses. He is Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Architecture where he served as acting director, Chair in Structures, Design and Technology for the Graduate and Undergraduate Programs. He has received applied research grants from the Kettering Foundation, Ford Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. He has been a Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies at Michigan State University, and served by appointment on the National Faculty of Humanities, Arts & Sciences, Atlanta, Georgia. He is the consulting principal of Jaeger Nickola Kuhlman & Associates Ltd. Architects of Park Ridge and is the recipient of the 2014 American Institute of Architects Illinois Gold Medal Award, the state's highest honor for outstanding lifetime service to the profession of architecture.