Law Passed: 1929 • Joined NCARB: 1929 • Region 4—Mid-Central States (1965)
The Components of Licensure
1929: A high school diploma and graduation from an architecture program approved by the board is required.
1979: A degree from a NAAB-accredited program is required.
1929: One year of experience working with a reputable architect is required.
1991: The IDP is required, along with a three-year duration requirement.
1954: Indiana models its examination after NCARB’s syllabus.
1989: The ARE is required.
Anyone who was a practicing architect in 1929 was grandfathered into licensure and could be registered by paying a $25 fee.
1947-48: Warren D. Miller, FAIA (Terre Haute)
1999: Susan May Allen, FAIA (Morgantown)
2012: Scott C. Veazey (Evansville)
Additional Member of the NCARB Board of Directors
1983-86: Donald E. Sporleder, FAIA (South Bend)
First African-American Architect
1929: William Wilson Cooke
First Woman Licensed
1939: Juliet Peddle
NCARB President Medalists
2005: William Ponko (Mishawaka)
2010: Scott C. Veazey (Evansville)
Indiana Delegate David Rausch receives his ballot to vote at the 2007 Annual Meeting in Denver.
Indiana Board Member Susan May Allen takes the gavel as NCARB president at the 1999 Annual Business Meeting.
President Scott C. Veazey speaks at the 2012 Annual Business Meeting.