Candidates should provide evidence of their impact on students directly and indirectly in areas of teaching, scholarship, and service. Candidates should not present themselves in the context of a single area. Instead, the submittals should make a case for the candidate’s achievements that reflects the integration of all three areas into a career arc. Teaching accomplishment should reflect a positive, stimulating, and nurturing influence upon students. Scholarly achievement may occur through various modes of production or dissemination, including, but not limited to, design-based work (including creative or critical practice) or other forms of scholarship that together produces a body of work that advances understanding of architecture and/or architectural education. Service work may occur within the context of a university or on a local, community, national, or international basis. Submittals should document achievements in service in terms of their impact on architectural education and/or practice.