This is Part II of a very special interview with Rashida Ng, RA, NOMA! Rashida is one of the first 500 black women to be licensed architects in the United States. She currently serves as Associate Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
In this episode, Rashida gives valuable advice to anyone who might be interested in teaching, and how that has played a huge role in her life. We also discuss architectural education as a whole, what shifts the recent years have created in our industry and the future of our profession. Listen to find out why it seems like all architecture faculty went to an Ivy League school, and how that influences the next generation of educators.
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