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National Architect: December 2020
Architect spotlight: Courtney Zunis
Ohio architect Courtney Zunis talks about adaptive reuse in historic neighborhoods and the profession’s efforts to create more opportunities for women and BIPOC in the field.
Brand Director Katherine Stone shares how the Coronavirus is transforming the way some firms market their services and team members.

Think Tank members reflect on the need for stronger representation within the profession.

Now that the online proctoring option and related ARE 5.0 changes are live, make sure your candidates have our latest tools and resources to help them schedule appointments, set up their test space, request exam accommodations, navigate through the exam, plus understand test-day protocols.
Think Tank members developed a document aimed to assist supervisor discussion around candidate progress, goals, needs, and expectations.
Free Continuing Education
Thanks to our collection of self-study courses offered through NCARB’s Continuum Education Program, you can easily meet your jurisdiction’s CE requirement from home. Not sure where to start? Consider checking out our top 10 courses in 2020.

Earn 2.25 LU in HSW by learning about the principles and concepts of sustainable development, including an overview of respected programs, initiatives, and resources to guide current projects.

Are you interested in shaping the regulation of architecture? By serving on your local licensing board, you can impact the future of your profession.
The following boards are seeking volunteer architects, educators, land surveyors, and public members: Alaska,  Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
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