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aiarchitect | volume 15 the news of america’s community of architects January 25, 2008
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December 21 | January 4 | January 11 | January 18
Fourth Factor: Architecture and Medicine
Questions Regarding the AIA Contract Documents 2007 Update?
What Is a Cornerstone Partner?
What Is AIA Ohio up to?
Advantage Welcomes FedEx
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 2
› Architect 96
› Architectural Intern 17
› Computer Aided Design 8
› Construction Management 9
› Engineering 3
› Facilities Management 2
› Graphic Design 6
› Healthcare Architect 6

› Industrial Design 1
› Interior Design 16
› Jobs at the AIA 3
› Landscape Architecture 3
› Marketing 4
› Planning 7
› Project Manager 36
› Security Design 1
› Specifications 4
› Alaska 1
› Arizona 6
› Arkansas 1
› California 21
› Colorado 1
› D.C. 5
› Florida 1
› Georgia 1
› Illinois 5
› Iowa 2
› Maryland 4
› Michigan 2
› Minnesota 1
› Missouri 1
› Nevada 1
› New Jersey 3
› New Mexico 1
› New York 6
› North Carolina 16
› Ohio 2
› Pennsylvania 3
› Tennessee 2
› Texas 6
› Utah 1
› Virginia 5
› Washington 7
› Wisconsin 1
  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.

Join Us for “Adventures In Architecture”
Jim Atkins, FAIA, is about to embark on his new, year-long series exploring in depth the design and construction of “the greatest accomplishment in Renaissance architecture.” Its creation, he says, is a story that parallels many of the challenges architects encounter today: competitions, owner sign-offs, client nonpayment, and decisions by committee.
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Jack Travis, FAIA, is owner and principal of Jack Travis Architects, a firm that works to effect urban and environmental design concepts from a black perspective.
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What Determines a City’s Architectural Character?
On writing about Suman Sorg, FAIA, for this issue, Associate Editor Zach Mortice notes that perhaps D.C. should have more contemporary architecture to balance its traditional Classical emphasis and asks: What about your city?
What do you think?

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› Submissions for TAP Fourth Annual BIM Awards Competition Due February 1
› AIA RFP Research Grant Proposals Due April 16