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AIA Alliances fosters relationships with organizations that support the architectural profession. Scroll through recent photos, read articles and press releases, or watch videos to learn more about AIA Alliances.
News & Announcements
The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) approved the first reading of the 2014 Conditions for Accreditation. The document is now ready for the public comment.Learn more.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest and the Városliget Zrt (City Park), property of the Hungarian State, announce four open, international, two-stage architecture competitions for the design of museum buildings within the framework of the Liget Budapest Project on the territory of the City Park Budapest.Learn more.
The Health Impact Project announces funding for HIAs
The Health Impact Project, a collaboration of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts, announced the fourth national call for proposals to fund health impact assessments (HIA) through demonstration project and program grants. HIAs identify and address the health impacts of decisions in other sectors, such as agriculture, education, and criminal justice. Learn more.
Architects find leadership in sustainability
As sustainability has evolved from an emerging trend to a mainstream global movement, architects are uniquely positioned to play a leadership role in influencing and advancing the future through their work. The Sustainability Leadership Opportunity Scan, prepared by Mary Ann Lazarus, FAIA, identifies four priority areas where the AIA can most effectively strengthen the sustainable leadership of architects. Learn more.
About AIA Strategic Alliances + Initiatives
The AIA’s Strategic Alliances + Initiatives department is responsible for direction and oversight of AIA’s relationships with allied and non-profit organizations that support key Institute initiatives related to collaboration, sustainability, globalization, and other industry transformation trends. The staff works with staff, members, and groups to create and oversee ongoing strategic relationships with four types of organizations important to fulfilling AIA’s mission: collateral organizations involved in the education and licensing of architects; allied professional or trade organizations; organizations involved in providing public architecture education; and, international architectural organizations.