Carol Loewenson

Carol Loewenson ’76BC, ’79MArch, is a partner at Mitchell Giurgola Architects in New York City. She received her Bachelor's degree from Barnard College in 1976 and a Master of Architecture degree from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) in 1979. She served as a member of the Columbia University Alumni Trustee Nominating Committee and recently was a member of the Columbia Presidential Search Alumni Advisory Committee. Loewenson also served on the GSAPP Alumni Council and currently serves on the GSAPP Dean's Advisory Council. She became a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 2013 and was President of the New York AIA in 2016. She was awarded the New York State AIA President’s Medal in 2019 and currently serves on the Boards of the Center for Architecture and New Yorkers for Parks. Her recent work includes projects for the New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, The City University of New York, Cornell University, New York University, Manhattan College, the University of Pennsylvania, and Barnard. These recent projects have been selected for more than a dozen awards for design and sustainability. Her husband, Andrew Levander, is a 1977 graduate of Columbia Law School. Her two sons attended the Barnard College Toddler Center and are today both lawyers, one a 2014 graduate of Columbia Law School and the other a 2018 graduate of Yale Law School.

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