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AIA Diversity and Inclusion Resource Center of Excellence

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Diversity Council | Gateway Commitment | Diversity Action Plan | AIA/NOMA MOU | Diversity Histories

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AIA Diversity and Inclusion celebrates the multitude of perspectives and experiences within the profession, empowers members to become active and engaged in their communities, and offers tools and resources needed to remain competitive and relevant within a changing global marketplace.line_horizontal

AIA Diversity Statement

“Diversity is a cultural ethos embraced by AIA membership to foster inclusion, service and a quality of life in celebration of all communities in our society. This is regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, physical ability, sexual orientation or identity, age, geography, intellectual or practice area.”

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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2014 AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship

(Previously the AIA/AAF Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship Program)

We are now accepting applications for the 2014 AIA/F Diversity Advancement Scholarship. This scholarship provides assistance to high school graduates, college freshmen, and community college students from a minority and/or financially disadvantaged background who intend to pursue a professional degree in Architecture. A professional degree is either a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture degree or a 4+2 pre-professional Bachelor degree followed by a Master of Architecture degree. Read more.

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Diversity and Inclusion Events at the AIA National Convention

Attending the AIA National Convention? Join us at our Diversity Council events and come see us in the Diversity Lounge on the Expo Floor.

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2014 AIA Diversity Recognition Progam

AIA Miami Architects in the Making (AIM) and the Cincinnati Architecture Mentoring Program (Summer CAMP) have been selected as honorees of the 2014 AIA Diversity Recognition Program and will be recognized during an Awards Luncheon at the Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference. Read more.

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Toolkits

Careers in Architecture Toolkit

Multicultural Summit Toolkit

Women in Architecture Toolkit

AIA-Accordion

 

Our Commitment

 

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AIA Diversity Statements and Definitions
Meet the AIA Diversity Council

AIA Diversity Action Plan

Gateway Commitment

AIA/NOMA Memorandum of Understanding

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AIA National Convention
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Louise Bethune: America’s First Woman Architect

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Congratulations to the Newest Members of the AIA College of Fellows!

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Tools & Resources

 


Tools and Resources focused on accessibility/universal design, K-12/architecture education, the LGBT community, multiculturalism, women in architecture; and tools for firms and components.

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AIA Diversity Recognition Program
Careers in Architecture Toolkit

Diversity Initiatives at Local Components

Look up Programs and Events at Your Local Component

Look Up Programs and Events at Your Local NOMA Chapter

Awards

 


AIA Diversity Recognition Program
Women in Architecture and Design ATHENA Awards

Our Partners

 


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Human Rights Campaign (HRC)

National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA)

National Urban League (NUL)

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