2018: Gold Medal, Career Achievement and Appreciation Award, UIA National Section: Society of Egyptian Architects, Cairo, Egypt
2017: 2017 Recipient of the UIA Jean Tschumi Prize for Excellence in Architectural Education and Criticism, International Union of Architects, Paris, France.
2015: Invited Visiting Professor, Distinguished Visitor Program: Center for Sustainable Development at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. Involved a number of contributions over the week visiting period including a Public Lecture: Researching the Global South: Contemporary Research Trends in Architecture and Urbanism.
2014-2016: Invited Visiting Professor, HBKU: Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar. Delivered Graduate class on Cultural Factors in Urbanism and Crticism and Assessment in Architecture, and a Public Lecture in April 2015 entitled
2009: Fellow: Fellowship Award—Certificate of Recognition, Higher Education Academy, “Recognition of Expertise and Commitment to Enhancing and Supporting the Student Learning Experience in Higher Education, York, United Kingdom.
2009: Fellow: Royal Society of the Arts—the RSA, London, United Kingdom.
2005: Certificate of Award, CEFPI, Council of Educational Facilities Planners International, Contribution to the Ideals set forth by the Council. CEFPI, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.
2002: Appreciation Award- La Paz City Mayor, Bolivia, Contributing Jury Member and Reviewer in Inner City Re-development Program. La Paz, Bolivia.
2000: Achievement Award- Institute of International Education, Sustainable Tourism Program. USAID, Washington, DC. USA.
1999: Appreciation Award-Lleida City Council, Spain, Contribution in the International Program of Intermediate Cities. Lleida, Spain.
1998: Paul Chemetove Prize, International Ideas Competition, Architecture and the Eradication of Poverty, International Union of Architects/UNESCO, Paris, France.
1995: Outstanding Teaching and Research Award, Community Development Group, School of Architecture, College of Design, North Carolina State University, USA.
1993: Channel Exchange Ph.D. Research Fellowship to the United States, Egyptian Ministry of Education, Cairo, Egypt.
1990: First Prize of the International Architecture Design Studio, Canada, School of Architecture, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada.
1987: Outstanding Academic Performance, Award of Excellence of Graduation Design Thesis, Society of Egyptian Architects, Cairo, Egypt.
2015: Interview with A. M. Salama by Dr James Benedict Brown on Experience and Work on Architectural Pedagogy Over Two Decades, ARCH.ED.PODCAST, Online, Norwich, United Kingdom (July 16, 2015).
2013: Review Statements and Endorsements of“Demystifying Doha: On Architecture and Urbanism in an Emerging City,” Ashraf M. Salama and Florian Wiedmann, Ashgate Publishing Ltd (Routledge New Edition), by Henry Sanoff (Emeritus Professor, North Carolina State University, USA), Albert Speer (Albert Speer and; Partners GmbH, Germany), and Attilio Petruccioli (Head of Bari Polytechnic School of Architecture, Italy), Ashgate Publishing Website.
2011: Review of “Transformative Pedagogy in Architecture and Urbanism, Ashraf M. Salama, Umbau-Verlag, by Smita Khan (VNIT, Nagpur, India), in ArchNet-IJAR: International Journal of Architectural Research, vol. 5, issue 1, PP. 170-174.
2008: Review of “Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future,” Ashraf M. Salama, Nicholas Wilkinson (eds.), Urban International Press, Gateshead, United Kingdom, by Nikos Salingaros (Urban Theorist, University of Texas-San Antonio, USA), in Open House International, Volume 33, Issue 1, PP.86-88.
2007: Review of “Design Studio Pedagogy: Horizons for the Future,” Ashraf M. Salama, Nicholas Wilkinson (eds.), Urban International Press, Gateshead, United Kingdom, by Michael J. Crosbie (Professor of Architecture, University of Hartford, USA), in Open House International, Volume 32, Issue 3, PP.90-91.