Michael J. Crosbie has made significant contributions in architectural criticism, research, education, and practice during his nearly forty-year career. He won ACSA’s Distinguished Professor in 2022 and is the sole author or editor of, or contributor to, more than 75 books on architecture, including over 7 books and chapters on spiritual architecture. Crosbie has served as an editor at Architecture: The AIA Journal and Progressive Architecture and was editor-in-chief of Faith & Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art, and Architecture. He has published hundreds of articles on architectural design, practice, and education, and is a regular contributor to ArchDaily and Common Edge. His work has been recognized with several awards for his writing, including the Edward S. Frey Memorial Award in Recognition of the Contributions Made to Religion, Art, and Architecture, bestowed by the American Institute of Architects. In 2012 he was elected to the AIA’s College of Fellows. Crosbie is Professor of Architecture at the University of Hartford, as well as the former Chair of the Department of Architecture, Graduate Program Director, and Associate Dean of the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture.