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aiarchitect | volume 15 the news of america’s community of architects January 11, 2008
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AIA STORE
The AIA’ s Design for Aging Review, 8th Edition
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
Questions Regarding the AIA Contract Documents 2007 Update?
CORNERSTONE PARTNERS
What Is a Cornerstone Partner?
CES
What Is AIA Nebraska up to?
AIA ADVANTAGE
Dell Delivers Savings
AIA TRUST
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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 3
› Architect 95
› Architectural Intern 22
› Computer Aided Design 8
› Construction Management 9
› Engineering 5
› Facilities Management 2
› Graphic Design 4
› Healthcare Architect 8


› Industrial Design 3
› Interior Design 17
› Jobs at the AIA 3
› Landscape Architecture 3
› Marketing 2
› Planning 6
› Project Manager 36
› Security Design 1
› Specifications 3
› Alabama 2
› Arizona 9
› California 17
› Colorado 2
› D.C. 4
› Florida 4
› Georgia 1
› Illinois 5
› Iowa 2
› Maryland 2
› Michigan 2
› Minnesota 1
› Missouri 3
› Nevada 1
› New Jersey 1
› New Mexico 1
› New York 3
› North Carolina 17
› Oregon 1
› Pennsylvania 4
› South Carolina 2
› Tennessee 2
› Texas 4
› Virginia 6
› Washington 7
  Executive Editor Douglas E. Gordon, Hon. AIA
Managing Editor Stephanie Stubbs, Assoc. AIA
Associate Editor Tracy Ostroff
Associate Editor Russell Boniface
Associate Editor Zachariah Mortice
Graphic Design and Web Publishing Innov8iv Design Incorporated
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.


Path to Licensure: NAAB Accredited Degree by Jonathan Matthew Taylor, Assoc. AIA, LEED-AP
Of the Institute’s members, 21 percent are Associates: non-licensed members who have a professional degree in architecture and/or are likely enrolled in the Intern Development Program (IDP), taking the Architect Registration Exam (ARE) and/or currently working under the supervision of an architect in a technical capacity directly related to the practice of architecture, and/or faculty members in a university program in architecture.
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Sharon Park, FAIA is the associate director for architectural history and historic preservation at the Smithsonian Institution after 27 years with the National Park Service. In November, the APT awarded Park its Harley J. McKee Award.
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Is an Accredited Degree the Only Valid Path?
This year the National Architectural Accrediting Board will be evaluating its criteria for schools of architecture. This week, Jonathan Taylor, Assoc. AIA, above, explains the NAAB mission and asks whether graduating from an accredited school should be the only pedagogical path to licensure. He says “yes.”
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