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News & Announcements
2014-2016 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship Application Open!
Deadline is July 10 at 5 pm EST
The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship offers early career architects the opportunity for first-hand training and experience in sustainable community design work. The Fellowship partners these emerging leaders with local community development organizations for three year to work in the community, forging local ties and expanding the capacity of their host organizations to create sustainable, affordable housing and thriving neighborhoods.
For the 2014-2016 class, six fellowship positions are available in communities around the country.Learn more here!
Case Study features AIA Members participating in the 1% Program
STUDIOS Architecture designs Kiva Headquarters
Public Architecture has just released the second in an on-going series of case studies that feature projects by AIA members participating in The 1% who are making pro bono service an integral part of design practice. Learn more.
NAED hosts "Designing Intelligent Environments" workshop
National event demonstrates the value of smart technologies in creating sustainable built environments
The National Academy of Environmental Design and the National Building Museum co-hosted the workshop “Designing Intelligent Environments, Social and Ethical Implications” to explore the exploding role of new technologies in shaping the built environment. Leaders from across North America, including AIA representatives, convened at the National Building Museum to present emerging digital-physical interfaces. 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.