Taylor Center executive director Kenneth Schwartz is a recipient of a 2021 Architectural Education Award presented by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). The Distinguished Professor Award recognizes individuals that have had a positive, stimulating, and nurturing influence upon students over an extended period of time and/or teaching which inspired a generation of students who themselves have contributed to the advancement of architecture.
Kenneth Schwartz is the first Michael Sacks Chair in Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurship and founding director of the Taylor Center. He assumed these roles in 2014 in addition to his position as dean of the Tulane School of Architecture (2008-2018). Schwartz has worked collaboratively across Tualne evolving and developing ideas and initiatives tied to positive social change.
Read the full ACSA press release.