The AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education is awarded to an individual, living at the time of nomination, who has spent at least a decade primarily involved in architectural education on the North American continent.
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To recognize sustained creative achievement in the advancement of architectural education through teaching, design, scholarship, research, or service.
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New Faculty Teaching
To recognize demonstrated excellence in teaching performance during the formative years of an architectural teaching career.
The AIA/ACSA Education Honor Award recognizes “best practice” examples of highly effective teaching, scholarship, and outreach in the areas of professional practice and leadership.
To recognize a specific creative achievement in teaching, design, scholarship, research, or service that advances architectural education.
To recognize the work of faculty, administrators, or students who create effective methods and models for greater diversity in curricula, school personnel, and student bodies, specifically to incorporate the participation and contributions of historically under-represented groups or contexts.
To provide a venue for work that advances the reflective nature of practice and teaching by recognizing and encouraging outstanding work in architecture and related environmental design fields as a critical endeavor.
To honor the best practices in school-based community outreach programs.
To honor the best practices in school-based design-build projects.
Housing Design Edu.
The ACSA/AIA Housing Design Education Award recognizes the importance of good education in housing design to produce architects ready for practice in a wide range of areas and able to be capable leaders and contributors to their communities.
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Certificate of Recognition: To recognize the work of faculty, administrators, or students in creating effective methods and models to achieve greater diversity in curricula, school personnel, and student bodies, specifically to incorporate the participation and contributions of historically under-represented groups or contexts.
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View all past awards winners and awards publications.
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