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ACSA 108TH Annual Meeting

ACSA108TH Annual Meeting–OPEN

MARCH 12-14, 2020 in SAN DIEGO, CA

ACSA is restructuring the Annual Meeting and implementing changes that better support the needs of architecture faculty and enhance architectural education and research. With these updates, ACSA aims to create a more inclusive, transparent, and impactful event that elevates, addresses, and disseminates knowledge on pressing concerns in society through the agency of architecture and allied disciplines. 

The proposed changes are intended to meet the following goals:

  1. Broaden Participation
  2. Strengthen Community + Improve Engagement
  3. Increase Value + Relevance
  4. Enhance Transparency + Improved Quality
  5. Offer More Inclusive Conference Leadership

ACSA has created an Annual Meeting Committee, with combined representation of ACSA members, the ACSA board and ACSA staff. The new conference leadership is intended to increase transparency and inclusivity while keeping in mind effectiveness and maintaining rigor. The committee’s primary deliverable is the peer-reviewed content, along with themed sessions. 


Following are the 2020 108th ACSA Annual Meeting Committee members: 



Steering Committee          
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 


Review Committee          
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 


Organizing Committee      
Responsible for the logistics of the conference as well as for liaison with the local community.
      Michael Monti, ACSA
      Eric Ellis, ACSA
      Allison Smith, ACSA   

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