Luke elected to national board

By Staff
special to The Star
July 27, 2004
WASHINGTON Robert E. Luke, AIA, of Meridian, has been elected second vice president of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He previously served as NCARB's treasurer during 2003 and 2004.
Luke is vice-president, treasurer and managing partner of Luke and Kaye Architects, P.A., a 12-person architectural firm based in Meridian. For more than 10 years, Luke and Kaye Architects has provided design services to a variety of clients, including Cingular, the city of Meridian, the city of Philadelphia, the Mississippi National Guard, Mississippi State University, the state of Mississippi, and the United States Postal Service.
Prior to his election as treasurer and, subsequently, second vice president, Luke was the director for Region Three, NCARB's Southern Conference, which is made up of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A contributor to council endeavors since the 1990's, Luke has been a member of the Committee on Professional Conduct, the Committee on Education, the Continuing Education Task Force, and the ARE Subcommittee. He also served as a volunteer grader for the Architect Registration Examination, the nine-division test taken by all candidates in the U.S. and Canada seeking architectural licensing.
Luke was appointed to two five-year terms on the Mississippi State Board of Architecture. He served as board president in 1997 and 2001. Luke earned a bachelor of architecture from Mississippi State University in 1980, and he holds the NCARB Certificate for national reciprocity.
He is president and a charter member of the Mississippi Architectural Foundation as well as a member of the advisory council for Mississippi State University's School of Architecture. Luke is affiliated with the American Institute of Architects on both the national and state levels. He has also served on three NAAB accreditation teams that assess the curricula for college and university level architectural programs throughout the United States.

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