HRC Advisory Group Nominations
General information and expectations
The AIA Knowledge Communities are volunteer member-led special interest groups of the AIA national organization. They help members to connect with others who share the same passions and commitment—and develop a project that advances the profession and the collective work of the AIA. Traditionally each group is led by five leaders and supported by project-based committees along with partial AIA staff support.
As an AIA Knowledge Community, the AIA Historic Resources Committee's (HRC) mission is to identify, understand, and preserve architectural heritage, both nationally and internationally. HRC is engaged in promoting the role of the historic architect within the profession through the development of information and knowledge among members, allied professional organizations, and the public. On behalf of HRC, we encourage all to participate in our international discourse by applying to serve in a leadership role. The HRC Advisory Group (AG) is comprised of five members who serve for up to five years.
Duties and expectations
- Assist in increasing engagement with other architects interested in Historic preservation by brainstorming and implementing innovative ideas for web content and education.
- Present knowledge at associated organizational events, typically one to two times a year. Travel for these events may or may not be reimbursed.
- Help plan the annual HRC Taliesin Colloquium at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona.
- Continue to grow the relationships HRC has with Allied organizations who are also working with preservation and building reuse.
- Letter of interest including a vision of what would you like to accomplish during your appointment as an AG member.
- Resume including professional accomplishments, skills. Include curriculum vitae outlining learning environment design, awards, publications, speaking events, knowledge sharing. What are the particular skills that you would bring to the committee that complement the existing AG?
The American Institute of Architects actively promotes a diverse profession, including race, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or sexual orientation. HRC strives to be an inclusive Knowledge Community representing diversity of thought, geographic diversity, both traditional and non-traditional practice and as well as providing opportunities for seasoned professionals, associate members, and young architects.
HRC Leadership and Committees
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Submissions due October 4
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Questions? Contact Doug Paul at email@example.com