Larry Busch, president of the American Creativity Association,
presented Rodney Hill with the organization's “David Tanner
Champion of Creativity Award” at the 2006 American Creativity
Association International Conference. The award is named for
David Tanner, who was the director of the DuPont Center for Creativity & Innovation.
Hill, a member of the Texas A&M architecture faculty since
1969, is holder of the Eppright University Professorship in Undergraduate
Teaching Excellence. His scholarly interests include social and
behavioral factors in architecture, creativity and future studies.
He is a faculty adviser for the American Creativity Association,
the American Institute of Architecture Students, the Entrepreneur
Club and Kappa Sigma fraternity. In 2000, Hill received the Texas
Society of Architects' Edward J. Romieniec, FAIA, Award in recognition
of his contributions to architectural education in Texas.
The American Creativity Association is the national organization
of professionals in the field of creativity dedicated to enhancing
the use of creativity throughout our society for the betterment
of the human condition.