AIA Scholarships/Fellowships

  1. Research Grant: Innovation and Practice in House Design

    May 23, 9:00 AM - 4:59 PM (ET)
    United States

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Ms. Kayla Friedman, AIA

Ms. Kayla Friedman, AIA

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Design Like You Give a Damn

Michael Crosbie, chairman and associate professor of the University of Hartford Department of Architecture talks with Cameron Sinclair, co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, a charitable organization that builds architecture and design solutions to humanitarian crises and brings professional design services to communities in need.

Young Architect: Deepika Padam, Making Her Mark

Deepika Padam, AIA, is founder and principal of BLEND architecture in San Francisco. While leading her own firm, she has assumed leadership roles for AIA at local, state and national levels, and advocates for sustainable design with the US Green Building Council.

Meet the 2015 AIA President Elect, Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA

In this podcast, we’ll have an opportunity to meet Elizabeth Chu Richter, FAIA. Elizabeth was elected 2014 AIA First Vice President, and 2015 AIA President Elect.

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Latest Blogs

  • Wesley Wong, Assoc. AIA

    Designing for Health Promotion and Education

    Committee on Architecture for Education

    Student health and wellness has been a crucial element to cultivating a more meaningful environment for students and has become an integral part to the college experience. On average, students... more

  • Elaine Chan, Assoc. AIA

    Elaine Chan | 2014 CAE Emerging Professional Conference Recipient

    Committee on Architecture for Education

    As the Marketing Coordinator for Kwan Henmi Architecture & Planning in San Francisco, I am exposed to civic, transportation , education, housing, and commercial projects. Currently , ... more

  • Ms. Nageen Ettefagh

    Color | Learning & Design

    Committee on Architecture for Education

    The use of color is always considered in architectural design, especially when designing primary schools. This is because color has a strong impact on human brains, therefore the use of specific... more

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    RE:How often do you really benefit from upgrading Autodesk.....

    Posted in: Technology in Architectural Practice

    Hi David, I have heard this question and experienced it first hand. It is not uncommon for software providers to become complacent with their customers. Unfortunately it is the nature of the beast all...

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    RE:How often do you really benefit from upgrading Autodesk.....

    Posted in: Technology in Architectural Practice

    Lots of people complain about autodesk and their products, but then it always sounds like moving away from their products is risky. Is this true? Will consultants and contractors really not work with...

  • Mike Mense, FAIA

    RE:America's Urban Future by Vishaan Chakrabarti

    Posted in: Committee on Design

    From the article: "Is it any wonder that in bustling, successful American cities, our subways remain old, our public housing dilapidated and our schools subpar?" And yet, the cities are apparently...

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