2—Shared Values of the Discipline and Profession
. The ARForum19 provided an opportunity for the NAAB to engage the leadership of ACSA, AIA, AIAS, NCARB, and NOMA in a dialogue about the values our profession shares, regardless of one’s role in it. The 2020
build on the holistic approach of the Defining Perspectives (section I.1.4) in the 2014
, replacing them with a set of shared values: Design; Environmental Stewardship and Professional Responsibility; Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; Knowledge and Innovation; Leadership, Collaboration, and Community Engagement; and Lifelong Learning.
Architecture programs must report on how these values fit within their unique mission and pedagogy, and how the values are impacted by the larger context of the institution and community in which the program resides. New to the 2020
, programs must also connect their response to these values to their long-range planning.
The Shared Values can highlight the range of opportunities, activities, and curriculum offered in the architecture unit as a whole and are not limited to only those efforts required by the professional degree.