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Professor Gregory Luhan elected to ACSA board of directors

March 4, 2014   |   School

Gregory Luhan, Associate Dean of Research at the University of Kentucky College of Design, has been elected to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Board of Directors. Luhan's two-year term will begin July 1, 2014.
As Secretary, Luhan will serve as the Parliamentarian for the Association in connection with the Annual Meeting, maintain the Rules of the Board of Directors and review the Bylaws and Rules as well as all other documents required by corporate law, incorporating revisions and additions as required by action of the Association and the Board of Directors. As one of the four elected officers of the ACSA Board of Directors, the role of the Secretary requires collaborative, interpersonal, interdisciplinary skills and effective leadership attributes. Luhan had previously served a three-year term as the executive officer of the East Central regional constituent associations as the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) East Central Regional Director from 2010-2013. During that time he also served as the Chair of the Awards Committee and as Chair of the Director’s Committee.
Luhan currently serves on the board of directors for the Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA), as Editor-in-Chief for the Architecture + Environment, and on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC). At the university, Luhan serves the UK College of Design as the associate dean for research and as an Associate Professor of Architecture and Historic Preservation.
ACSA's mission is to provide an inclusive forum to encourage dialogue, facilitate interdisciplinary research, scholarly and creative works, articulate and foster public awareness critical issues germane to architectural education, and advance architectural education through support of member schools, their faculty, and students.