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Charles E. Dagit, Jr. has been a member of the faculty of Drexel since 1982. He has taught in Fifth Year as well as his current position as Thesis Critic. Prior to joining the faculty he taught at Temple University from 1973 to 1980 and at the University of Pennsylvania in 1981. He is a partner at Dagit Saylor Architects founding the firm in 1970 with Peter M. Saylor, FAIA. His firm has distinguished itself with over 45 national, regional and local design awards. The firm has been recipient of the Gold and Silver medals of AIA Philadelphia and the Silver Medal from the AIA Pennsylvania. The work of the firm has been published in France, Japan, and in the United States. In 1976 he was named one of the 40 under 40 Distinguished American Architects in A + U magazine. In 1983 he was one of the youngest architects ever to be elevated to fellowship in the AIA. He was named chairman of the prestigious AIA Committee on Design in 1994. The firm currently practices throughout the United States primarily involved in architecture for higher education.
M. Arch, University of Pennsylvania; B. Arch, University of Pennsylvania; B. A., University of Pennsylvania