Dr. Carla Jackson Bell Ph.D.

General Information

Occupation: CADC Director, Multicultural Affairs

Date of Birth: January 18, 1966

Birth City: Tuskegee

Birth Country: United States

Resident City: Auburn

Resident Country: United States

Archive/Repository: Auburn University, College of Architecture, Design and Construction


Subject: Architecture Education

Description: A study of the affirmations and the perceptions and attitudes of licensed African-American architects and educators in the United States on critical challenges in architecture education. These affirmations and perceptions serve as a basis for changes in architecture curricula content, teaching approaches, teaching/learning environments using cognitive apprenticeship approaches (CAAs) that will improve scholarship for minority and female students, especially African-American females in architecture programs.

Url: http://www.pvamu.edu/pages/6081.asp


Employer: Auburn University

Title: CADC Director, Multicultural Affairs

City: Auburn

State: Alabama

Country: United States



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Institution: TUI

Department: Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and a Specialization in Architecture Education

Degree: Ph.D.


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Publications By

Title: The Educational Debate......On the "Edumacted" Black Architect

Publication: Journal of History and Culture

Volume: Volume 1

Issue: Issue 2

Page: 8-26

Publisher: Texas Institute for the Preservation of History and Culture and the School of Architecture at Prairie View A&M University

City: Prairie View

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