ACSA108 Virtual Conference
Mark your calendars for the ACSA108 Virtual Conference that will take place June 15 through June 19, 2020. The ACSA108 Virtual Conference will bring together architecture and design educators and students to discuss and explore a broad range of scholarly and creative activities. During these five days of Research and Special Focus Sessions, attendees will be able to interact live online and obtain Continuing Education Credits, including Health, Safety, and Welfare credits.
Virtual Conference Program
We plan to preserve as much of the San Diego conference program as possible, including keynotes. All research paper and project presentations accepted for the 108th Annual Meeting (San Diego) are planning for presentation in the Virtual Conference. as well as 2020 Architectural Education Award Winners and 2020 AIAS CRIT Live Scholars. We will also be offering many Special Focus Sessions included in the Virtual Conference.
ACSA108 Virtual Conference sessions will be scheduled June 15-19 at times convenient to time zones in North America. Conference attendees will receive access to recorded sessions following the event. The conference proceedings will include research papers and projects presented at the Virtual Conference. The proceedings will be published in ACSA’s online proceedings index along with print copy for purchase.
Responsible for the non-peer reviewed content of the conference, including a theme that guides identification of plenary talks and invited panel sessions. The committee will also curate workshops, local engagement and other conference activities.
- Rashida Ng, Temple University
- Antje Steinmuller, California College of the Arts
- Ersela Kripa, Texas Tech University
Responsible for overseeing the peer-review process, which includes matching reviewer’s expertise with that of the submission, as well as designating sessions and moderators. Sessions will be composed of both papers and projects, when possible, allowing for scholarly and applied research to mutually demonstrate impact and inform one another.
- Rashida Ng, Temple University
- Lynne Dearborn, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Marcella Del Signore, New York Institute of Technology
- Corey Griffin, Pennsylvania State University
- John Quale, University of New Mexico
- Shawn Rickenbacker, City College of New York
- Saundra Weddle, Drury University
- Nichole Wiedemann, University of Texas at Austin
Annual Meeting Topics
The Annual Meeting Committee will maintain topics year to year in order to address the diversity of our members scholarly, creative and pedagogic interests. This consistent and we hope inclusive list of topics will also ensure an annual venue for all members to submit to an ACSA conference.
Building Science & Technology
History, Theory, Criticism
Society + Community
108th Annual Meeting Proceedings
The full paper & project research proceedings are in two volumes. Below you will find links to the content or index for both publications, along with links to purchase each of the publications.
To find specific research articles or authors, please view each of the publications content pages to search and determine which publication the specific research is located.
108 Proceedings: Volume I
Volume I: Contents
108 Proceedings: Volume II
Volume II: Contents
Eric W. Ellis
Senior Director of Operations and Programs