Submission Deadline: October 5, 2016 (Extended Deadline)
To honor the best practices in school-based community outreach programs.
This ACSA award recognizes programs that demonstrate how faculty, students, and community/civic clients work to realize common objectives. Participation by professional practitioners and colleagues from other academic disciplines is encouraged.
•Architecture •Landscape •Interior •Planning •Industrial •Urban
Collaborative projects and practice can encompass a variety of endeavors, including but not limited to: new construction, rehabilitation, open space planning, zoning and regulatory reform, and the development of new institutions or social processes.
Persons in ACSA full-member and candidate-member schools who are primarily engaged in teaching may enter one or more submissions relevant to their educational activities. Projects that have previously been recognized by ACSA will not be considered.
Submissions must explain the nature of the collaboration and demonstrate what students learned and how the community benefited. Entries must consist of high-quality digital graphic material and text, maximum of 750 words, submitted through the online system by the nominee in PDF format with up to 20, 8.5x11 pages. All material must be submitted by September 21, 2016 at 5:00 pm EDT, online at www.acsa-arch.org and the submitter will need to log into the ACSA website in order to submit.
Each submission shall contain the following:
- Submission Information, completed online during submission (www.acsa-arch.org);
- Abstract: (not to exceed 300 words) describing the nature of the collaboration including what students learned and how the community benefited (copy/paste text box);
- Supporting Material: Documents illustrating or describing the project (not to exceed a total of 20, 8.5x11 pages with a maximum of 750 words, in PDF format).
To maintain anonymity, no names of entrants or collaborating parties may appear on any part of the submission. Credits may be concealed by any simple means. Do not conceal identity and location of the project.
Selection & Presentation
The ACSA Awards Committee shall recommend to the ACSA board for approval no more than four projects for this award per year. The Committee, in any year, may choose not to bestow the Collaborative Practice Award. The ACSA president shall present recipients with a certificate during the ACSA Annual Meeting.
+ Download the complete 2016-2017 ACSA Architecture Awards Program (PDF) 2016-2017 CP Jurors
+ Past Recipients
Rashida Ng, Temple University
Michael Hughes, American University of Sharjah
Vandana Baweja, University of Florida