1912-1921 Warren Laird, University of Pennsylvania 1921-1923 Emil Lorch, University of Michigan 1923-1925 William Emerson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1925-1927 Francke Bosworth, Jr., Cornell University 1927-1929 Goldwin Goldsmith, University of Kansas 1929-1931 Everett Meeks, Yale University 1931-1934 Ellis Lawrence, University of Oregon 1934-1936 Roy Childs Jones, University of Minnesota 1936-1938 Sherley Morgan, Princeton University 1938-1940 George Young, Jr., Cornell University 1940-1942 Leopold Arnaud, Columbia University 1942-1945 Wells Bennett, University of Michigan 1945-1947 Loring Provine, University of Illinois 1947-1949 Paul Weigel, Kansas State College 1949-1951 B. Kenneth Johnstone, Carnegie Institute 1951-1953 Thomas FitzPatrick, Iowa State College 1953-1955 Lawrence Anderson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1955-1957 Elliott Whitaker, The Ohio State University 1957-1959 Buford Pickens, Washington University 1959-1961 Harlan McClure, Clemson College 1961-1963 Olindo Grossi, Pratt Institute 1963-1965 Henry Kamphoefner, North Carolina State College 1965-1967 Walter Sanders, University of Michigan 1967-1969 Robert Bliss, University of Utah 1969-1971 Charles Burchard, Virginia Polytechnic University 1971-1972 Alan Taniguchi, Rice University & University of Texas at Austin 1972-1973 Robert Harris, University of Oregon 1974-1975 Don Schlegel, University of New Mexico 1975-1976 Bertram Berenson, University of Illinois at Chicago 1976-1977 Donlyn Lyndon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1977-1978 Dwayne Nuzum, University of Colorado at Boulder 1978-1979 William Turner, Tulane University 1979-1980 Robert Burns, North Carolina State University 1980-1981 Richard Peters, University of California, Berkeley 1981-1982 Eugene Kremer, Kansas State University 1982-1983 O. Jack Mitchell, Rice University 1983-1984 Charles Hight, University of North Carolina, Charlotte 1984-1985 Wilmot Gilland, University of Oregon
1985-1986 George Anselevicius, University of New Mexico 1986-1987 Blanche Lemco van Ginkel, University of Toronto 1987-1988 J. Thomas Regan, University of Miami 1988-1989 Robert Beckley, University of Michigan 1989-1990 Marvin Malecha, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1990-1991 John Meunier, Arizona State University 1991-1992 Patrick Quinn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1992-1993 James Barker, Clemson University 1993-1994 Kent Hubbell, Cornell University 1994-1995 Diane Ghirardo, University of Southern California 1995-1996 Robert Greenstreet, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1996-1997 Linda W. Sanders, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 1997-1998 John M. McRae, Mississippi State University 1998-1999 R. Wayne Drummond, University of Florida 1999-2000 Jerry V. Finrow, University of Washington 2000-2001 Anthony W. Schuman, New Jersey Institute of Technology 2001-2002 Frances Bronet, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2002-2003 Bradford Grant, Hanmpton University 2003-2004 Geraldine Forbes Isais, Woodbury University 2004-2005 Rafael Longoria, University of Houston 2005-2006 Stephen Schreiber, University of South Florida 2006-2007 Theodore C. Landsmark, Boston Architectural College 2007-2008 Kim Tanzer, University of Florida 2008-2009 Marleen Davis, University of Tennessee 2009-2010 Thomas Fisher, University of Minnesota 2010-2011 Daniel S. Friedman, University of Washington 2011-2012 Judith Kinnard, Tulane University 2012-2013 Donna Robertson, Illinois Institute of Technology 2013-2014 Norman Millar, Woodbury University 2014-2015 Hsinming Fung, Southern California Institute of Architecture 2015-2016 Marilys Nepomechie, Florida International University 2016-2017 Bruce Lindsey, Washington University in St. Louis 2017-2018 Francisco J. Rodriguez-Suarez, Universidad De Puerto Rico 2018-2019 Branko Kolarevic, University of Calgary 2019-2020 Rashida Ng, Temple University
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Founded in 1912 by 10 charter members, ACSA is an international association of architecture schools preparing future architects, designers, and change agents. Our membership includes all of the accredited professional degree programs in the United States and Canada, as well as international schools and 2- and 4-year programs. Together ACSA schools represent some 7,000 faculty educating more than 40,000 students.
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