September 22, 2006
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1967–1976: New HQ and a New Age Take Center Stage
Its eleventh decade was a time for settling for the AIA as well as an unsettling time reflective of the nation as a whole.
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Trula Remson, AIA
The first woman president of AIA Baton Rouge and AIA Louisiana, Trula Remson, AIA, proved her mettle by deftly guiding the state’s architects through the Hurricane Katrina response and recovery.


Web 2.0—A New Way to Play (and Work)?
Who’s afraid of Web 2.0. Who’s even heard of it?
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In reference to this week’s news story, “ARE Rates Correlate with Construction, Economic Health, High School Graduates,” do you think that architects would be best classified as:

Lucrative (highly compensated professionals)
Noble (doing good)
Special/unique (having highly specialized skills)
Immediately gratifying (professionals can immediately join their profession).

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AIA Dallas
AIA Dallas Sponsors Drawing Competition
Academy of Architecture for Justice
Justice Academy to “Break New Ground” in New Orleans, October 4–7