Dr. Lisa Landrum announced as President of Canadian Architectural Certification Board
Dr. Lisa Landrum, Associate Dean (Research) and Associate professor in the Faculty of Architecture has been elected in a 2-year term as President of the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB/CCCA, Conseil Canadien de Certification en Architecture).
“Architects have crucial roles to play in advancing climate action, social justice, Indigenous rights, and cultural meaning. As an architect and educator, I’m pleased to bring my knowledge, experience, active listening and imagination to the CACB, and to help advance the discipline’s relevance, vitality, openness, and potential.”
The CACB is the first point of contact for graduates from professional architecture programs in Canada and abroad, who plan to become licensed architects in Canada.
To learn more about CACB’s three programs and other exciting developments, including a new strategic plan, outcomes from the recent national conference, and commitments to inclusion, climate action and research, visit: https://cacb.ca/