-Roger Sherman is elected Boardmember of the AIA Los Angeles Chapter (2009), and asked to co-chair its Political Outreach Committee.

-Roger’s long-awaited book "LA Under the Influence: The Hidden Logic of Urban Property" was released by Univ. Minnesota Press (2010). His edited compilation of essays and projects on contemporary American urbanism, "Fast-Forward Urbanism: Reconnecting Architecture and the City" (Princeton Architectural Press; co-edited with Dan Cuff) is due out in late 2010.

-"Duck-and-Cover: Thinking Out of the Big Box," RSAUD’s design proposal-cum-business strategy for Target to make higher and better use of Big Box sites in urban communities, was featured at the International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam (Sept. 09). It was also, in the same year, an Urban Land Institute "LARC Award" Finalist and Southern California Development Forum Award Winner.

-"Chia Mesa", RSAUD’s proposal for repurposing a Scottsdale, AZ stripmall as a mixed-use development anchored by a hydroponic farm, was a finalist in the "Flip-a-Strip" competition (2008) and featured in a show of the same name at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) in Fall 2008.

-RSAUD’s Avenue 26 workforce housing/mixed use project for Livable Places was featured in "Enlightened Development", an exhibition of excellence in developer-driven architecture in Los Angeles, at the A + D Museum in L.A. (2008).

-12803 Washington, a commercial-condo/mixed use project proposed for Culver City and currently in CDs, received a Design Award from the Southern California Development Forum in 2008.

-Roger Sherman was named a "Star of Design" from West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center (2008).

-The 3-in-1 House (Santa Monica) is named Home-of-the-Year by Architecture Magazine (2006).