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aiarchitect | volume 14 the news of america’s community of architects September 21, 2007
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August 17 | August 24 | Sept 7 | Sept 14
The 2008 AAF Calendars
Are Here

Is Historic Preservation Green?
Learn About Supplementary Conditions
What Is a Cornerstone Partner?
2007 Building Communities Conference
Professional Resources: MASTERSPEC®
Cover Personal and Business Expenses if Disability Strikes
Visit the AIA Career Center to view/post openings. You can sort the complete list by keyword, category, job level, job type, and location. › Academic Faculty 1
› Architect 112
› Architectural Intern 26
› Computer Aided Design 12
› Construction Management 12
› Engineering 10
› Graphic Design 2
› Healthcare Architect 6
› Industrial Design 1

› Information Technology (IT) 4
› Interior Design 14
› Jobs at the AIA 1
› Landscape Architect 1
› Marketing 8
› Planning 9
› Project Manager 34
› Security Design 1
› Specifications 4
› Arizona 2
› California 21
› Colorado 2
› Connecticut 1
› D.C. 6
› Florida 7
› Georgia 1
› Hawaii 1
› Illinois 5
› Iowa 1
› Kansas 1
› Kentucky 2
› Louisiana 3
› Maryland 4
› Minnesota 1
› Mississippi 1
› Missouri 3
› Nevada 3

› New Jersey 1
› New York 2
› North Carolina 26
› Ohio 3
› Pennsylvania 10
› South Carolina 1
› Texas 8
› Virginia 8
› Washington 13
  Executive Editor Douglas E. Gordon, Hon. AIA
Managing Editor Stephanie Stubbs, Assoc. AIA
Associate Editor Tracy Ostroff
Associate Editor Russell Boniface
Assistant Editor Zachariah Mortice
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Contributing Editors: James Atkins, FAIA; Kermit Baker, PhD,
Hon. AIA; Michael J. Crosbie, AIA, PhD; John P. Eberhard, FAIA; Stephen A. Kliment, FAIA; Heather Livingston; Grant Simpson, FAIA; Michael Tardif, Assoc. AIA, Tony P. Wrenn, Hon. AIA.

Does Size Really Matter?
Smaller homes are more affordable, but do they have a smaller carbon footprint? Not always, says Michael Crosbie, AIA, who advises architects to consider both size and emissions in home design.
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Linda Searl, FAIA,
a key figure in the Chicago planning community, currently serves as chair of the Chicago Plan Commission.
Full story

Comment on AIA Draft White Paper for the NAAB Accreditation Review Conference
Please take the time to read and comment on this paper, which presents the AIA vision for the future of architecture education, to be considered by NAAB leaders who will make changes to the Conditions for Accreditation of architecture programs. Your input must be received during the open comment period, which closes on October 29.

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Tomb of the Unknowns Monument May Be Replaced
There are two long, horizontal cracks in the Arlington National Cemetery Tomb of the Unknowns Monument. Cemetery administrators are considering repair or replacement.

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