Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture: New Faculty Teaching Award

Description: To recognize demonstrated excellence in teaching performance during the formative years of an architectural teaching career.

Criteria: ACSA and AIAS are jointly sponsoring the award to recognize outstanding teaching abilities exhibited by faculty with a maximum of 10 academic semesters or 15 quarters of full-time teaching experience. Submissions should convey how they address ideas of cultural, social, economic, or environmental sustainability.

Selection & Presentation: Applications will be assessed by a jury composed of two members of the AIAS national leadership and two members of the ACSA Board of Directors, none of whom shall be associated with any of the nominations. A maximum of three nominees will receive this award. The jury, in any year, may choose not to bestow the New Faculty Teaching Award. Winners will be announced at an Architecture Education Awards Ceremony during the 102nd ACSA Annual

Meeting in Miami Beach, FL 2014. The ACSA president and AIAS vice-president will present winners with a certificate at the ACSA Annual Meeting.

Eligibility: Faculty must teach at an ACSA full-member school, candidate school, affiliate school, or at an institution with an associated program. The candidate must also be a faculty member at an institution with an established AIAS or CASA chapter in good standing. Faculty members who have already received tenure are not eligible for this award. Any faculty member, administrator, AIAS or CASA member at an ACSA full-member school, candidate school, affiliate school, or at an institution with an associated program may nominate a candidate for the ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award.

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Posted on June 14, 2016 and filed under Fall.