Schwartz Elected President Of National Architectural Accrediting
26, 2000 -- Kenneth Schwartz, associate professor
of architecture at the University of Virginia, has been elected
president of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
The organization is responsible for establishing policy and accrediting
the 131 professional degree programs in architecture throughout
the United States. Schwartz will assume the presidents role
in October 2001 following a one-year term as president-elect.
NAAB board includes architectural educators, representatives of
professional organizations in architecture, two student members
and two public members. Appointed to the Association of Collegiate
Schools of Architecture, Schwartz has served on the board since
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