Through The Noise
February 9, 2017
Michael Monti of the ACSA on Architecture Education, Evolving Curriculum, and Green Buildings
Through the Noise #243
Michael Monti // Executive Director // Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Michael Monti joins us in our newly painted studio to talk architecture, design, and education. As the Executive Director of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, he represents a membership base of 200 architecture schools, 6,000 faculty members, and 200 affiliated firms. Working to keep architecture curriculums relevant, members collaborate and communicate to stay on top of evolving trends, like the increasing concentration on green buildings with energy efficient performance. Don’t miss this episode for a deeper discussion of these topics and to learn more about their newest project, Study Architecture.
Michael J. Monti has served as executive director of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture since 2004. For nearly twenty years he has worked with nonprofit boards in higher education, with a particular focus on building evidence-based research that can improve the world. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture leads architectural education and research by demonstrating the value of our members’ work to society, by advancing pedagogy, and by serving as the voice of architecture schools.