Over the past 40 years, Fiske has been involved in the programming and design of more than 100 projects on college and university campuses. His background encompasses educational research and instructional facilities, including the programming, planning, and design of science buildings, classroom facilities, student life programs, and graduate schools.
Fiske’s design and planning initiatives derive from understanding the opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and creative solutions which emerge from the integration of these key components of campus learning communities.
Fiske earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master of architecture from Yale University. He was a Fulbright Scholar at the Politecnico di Milano and a scholar in residence at the American Academy in Rome. Elected to honorary membership in the National Institute for Architectural Education, he remains active with the Council for International Exchange of Scholars as a peer review specialist for the Fulbright Scholar program. Fiske is an adjunct professor and member of the Advisory Council at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture. He is active with the American Institute of Architects, the Boston Society of Architects, and other professional organizations. He has participated on AIA chapter awards juries nationwide and in 2003 was elected a fellow of the AIA.