NCARB Award for the Integration of Practice and Education
NCARB will award up to $75,000 through up to three awards that integrate practice and education; raise awareness of the architect’s responsibilities for the public health, safety, and welfare; bring non-faculty practitioners into the academy; and address specific criteria outlined in this documents.
The Award supports the efforts of architecture programs to create and implement effective new, for-credit curricular approaches that raise awareness about issues central to practice. Each project should have a long-term, ongoing impact on architecture students and faculty and the program’s curriculum.
2013 Submission Deadline: 24 September 2013, 5 p.m. EDT
The NCARB Award is intended to address specific areas in which the academy can bridge the gap between education and practice and better prepare students for internships and future careers as architects. [more]
[Issues Central to Practice] [Project Outcomes and Evaluations] [Award Funding]
Faculty members in architecture schools that are located in one of NCARB's 54 Member Board jurisdictions and that have a program that is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) are eligible to serve as project directors for the NCARB Award, and therefore eligible to submit NCARB Award proposals. Faculty members in program that are candidates for NAAB accreditation and that are located in one of NCARB's 54 Member Board jurisdictions are also eligible to submit proposals. [more]
[Eligibility to Apply] [Non-Faculty Architect Practitioners] [Budget] [Review Criteria]
NCARB Award proposal requirements must conform to specific requirements. [more]
[Format Requirements] [Proposal Submission Information]
If you have any questions about the NCARB Award Program, please contact NCARBAwardQuestions@ncarb.org.
2013 NCARB Award Application
Submissions must include an institutional letter of commitment, non-faculty architect practitioner(s) registration verification(s), project director(s) resume, proposal abstract, proposal description, and proposal budget. [Coming Soon!]
Notification of Awards
The NCARB Award Jury will meet in fall 2013 to select Award recipients and determine funding amounts.
Learn about the 2012 NCARB Award recipients. [more]
NCARB Prize and NCARB Grant
The NCARB Grant and the NCARB Prize were initiated in response to Building Community: A New Future for Architectural Education, a report that drew attention to divide between architecture schools and real-world practice. Response to both programs demonstrates that they are highly valued by the academy and the profession and that they have significantly increased the involvement of practicing architects in the education of future architects. [more]