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Saturday, October 17 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Merging Two Dichotomic Career Paths in Architecture: The Profession and the Professor LIMITED

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Future of Architectural Education

In brief: Today, many minority architectural professionals are concerned about the declining number of minorities entering the profession. Over the years, the number of incoming freshmen that indicate an interest in architecture has declined. As a result, we tend to focus our energies on recruiting high school students to architecture, ARE pass rates and preparation courses, and improving corporate climates for increased diversity. However, these tactics often overlook the decline in the number of licensed professionals that elect to develop their careers through educating future architects through professorships at NAAB-accredited programs. This workshop will discuss merging two dichotomic career paths in architecture: the profession and the professor as a means to increase diversity efforts in the profession of architecture.


Daya Irene Taylor

Tuskegee University
Daya Irene Taylor is a licensed architect in the State of Florida and Associate Professor of Architecture at Tuskegee University. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Florida A&M University before attending Clemson University to gain a Master of Architecture. In the last decade, her career in design education has included instruction in design studio, graphic presentation, computer-aided drafting and architectural... Read More →

Saturday October 17, 2015 12:45pm - 1:45pm
02 - Rhythms Sheraton Hotel
  • CEU Hours 1