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NCARB Launches Second Alternative Path to Certification

The architecture accreditation organization has released a second phase of its... More

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NCARB Announces Alternate Path to Licensure for Experienced Professionals

Designers with more than five years experience can now satisfy the Architectural... More

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NCARB Announces a Free Certification Path for Designers from Non-Accredited Schools

Instead of the participating in the $5,000 Broadly Experienced Architect Program,... More

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Q+A: Takeaways from the AIA’s New Diversity Report

There’s room for improvement, says Tania Salgado, chair of the AIA Diversity Council. More

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NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to Discontinue the Use of “Intern”

The organization’s Future Title Task Force recommended restricting regulatory... More

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Architecture Schools Indicate Interest in NCARB's New Licensure Proposal

Thirty-eight schools responded to the National Council of Architectural... More

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U.S., Canada, and Mexico Announce Reciprocity of Architect Credentials

Following a decade of negotiations, architectural regulatory authorities in the... More

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NCARB Survey Shows Uptick in the Number of Architects in the U.S.

The number of licensed practitioners in the U.S. has increased by 1.6 percent... More

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Registered Architects in the U.S. Increased over the Past Year, Annual NCARB Survey Says

West Virginia reported the greatest percentage increase in resident licenses. More

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