Index of Scholarship

December 2016

The Index of Scholarship is a database of research expertise at ACSA member programs. For prospective students, the Index is a visual resource that can be referenced when deciding where to apply. For ACSA members, the Index is part of an effort to help stimulate funding opportunities and cross-institution collaboration. The goal is to have a visual resource that faculty, administrators, firms and prospective students can use to acknowledge research in academia.

ACSA Members: Click here to log in and search for faculty members by expertise and to visualize in greater detail research expertise by architecture program.

If you need more help finding schools of interest, visit Study Architecture to explore a wealth of resources, surround school philosophy, admissions, degree options and the latest news in the global architecture community.

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Kendall Nicholson
Director of Research + Information
202-785-2324
knicholson@acsa-arch.org