The following list contains other AIA member groups. All content is viewable to the public. To contribute to the discussion forums and resource libraries of one of these groups, you must join the group on your AIA.org Account.
The Center for Leadership was formed to enable architects to develop leadership skills needed in the practice of today and the future, and in response to a call to establish leadership as a core value for the AIA. For architects, the demand for leadership has never been greater.
last person joined 28 days ago
The College of Fellows, founded in 1952, is composed of members of the Institute who are elected to Fellowship by a jury of their peers. Fellowship is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member. Elevation to Fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of the architect as an individual but also elevates before the public and the profession those architects who have made significant contributions to architecture and to society.
last person joined 6 months ago
The International Committee strives to promote excellence in the international practice of architecture; to serve as a resource to members by disseminating information in international markets, practice and design; to develop expertise in international policy and trade issues in order to advise AIA on international practice; to facilitate and enhance the international practices of the membership; and to foster relationships with architects abroad.
last person joined 2 days ago
The National Associates Committee is dedicated to representing and advocating for associate members of the AIA, both mainstream and non-traditional, in the national, regional, state, and local components of the AIA. All AIA Associate members are automatically added to this AIA KnowledgeNet community.
last person joined one month ago
The mission of the AIA Small Firm Exchange is to advance themutual interests of architects practicing in small firms.Objectives of the AIA Small Firm Round Table are three-fold.(1) Advocate for small firms within the AIA and in outside organizationsand agencies.(2) Promote leadership in Small Firm professional developmentand practice; and(3) Facilitate and support the local component round tables and smallfirm networks.
The Young Architects Forum (YAF), a program of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the College of Fellows (COF), is organized to address issues of particular importance to recently licensed architects.
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