Alice J. Raucher

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Alice J. Raucher is the architect of the University of Virginia. She took office on September 14, 2015.


Before being appointed to the UVa post, Raucher served for eight years as senior architect and major projects at Yale University’s Office of Facilities, Planning, Construction and Renovation. Before that, he worked for several New York City architectural firms.

Raucher has taught at the Syracuse University School of Architecture and the New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Design.

She holds a a bachelor’s degree in studio art/art history from Queens College of the City University of New York and her Master of Architecture degree from the Syracuse University School of Architecture. [1] She studied art history with famed critic Robert Pincus-Witten. [2]

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  1. Web. Alice J. Raucher Named Architect for the University of Virginia, Anthony P. de Bruyn, University of Virginia Press release, Charlottesville Tomorrow, July 16, 2015, retrieved July 22, 2015.
  2. Web. "Style is Superficial": Alice Raucher on Social Justice and Sustainability at the University of Virginia, Eric Baldwin, News Article, Arch Daily, July 23, 2020, retrieved July 24, 2020.

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