Webinars + Workshops

ACSA holds multiple online events covering the spectrum of architectural education, from assessing outcomes to developing a faculty research agenda to building successful curricula for students.

Webinars + Workshops

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Design Commons - Practices, Processes and Crossovers

This session will focus on the challenges and critiques of the commons in different design practices, exploring their social, cultural, and ecological ramifications. The panel will debate on material conditions and their transformations in four areas of design: social, cultural, ecological, and transdisciplinary practices. The range of perspectives is meant to reflect on the various critiques to engage with the commons as both concepts and modes of thinking, and their material translation when contextualized in the domain of design questions, moving abstract social science concepts toward material application and other tangential questions.

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Expanding Access to Architectural Education Part III: Stakeholders Planning Meeting on Improving Community College Transfer

Join us for a conversation and planning meeting with the major stakeholders in community college transfer relationships. This is one of several ACSA events about expanding access to architectural education.

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Toward a More Just Design Studio

This webinar presents survey-based research on the efficacy of spatial and social elements of design studios.

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Revisions to NAAB Procedures for Accreditation Discussion and Feedback

Join the ACSA for a discussion of proposed changes to NAAB’s 2020 Procedures for Accreditation.

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ACSA Member Caucuses

The event was an opportunity for facilitated discussions with ACSA board members.

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2022 Architectural Education Awards Ceremony

The 2022 Architectural Education Award winners were recognized in a limited in-person event, which took place in Los Angeles, CA on March 18, 2022. The event was live broadcasted and is now available to watch.

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