Architecture Professor Named to ACSA Academy of Distinguished Professors

George DoddsGeorge Dodds, associate professor in the College of Architecture and Design, has been invited to join the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Academy of Distinguished Professors, a newly established group of prominent architecture educators.

Invitation to the academy is extended only to those who have received ACSA’s highest honors—the Distinguished Professorship and the ACSA Topaz Medallion. Dodds was named an ACSA Distinguished Professor in 2007, an honor awarded annually to no more than five architecture faculty in the United States and Canada.

The Academy of Distinguished Professors was established to recognize architecture educators for their contributions to academia.