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The Time to Network Is Now
AIA Convention early-bird registration ends February 17
When you’re looking for work, a chief component is who you know. What you know is pretty important, too. And the best place to increase both is the annual AIA National Convention. Also important these days, the best way to save money on registration and guest accommodations is to register early. You can register quickly and easily on-line for the AIA 2009 National Convention and Design Expo, April 30-May 2 in San Francisco. But do it now because early-bird registration ends February 17. Full Story
What Is a Green Community?
“Green Community” is a year-long exhibit, open through next October at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., that collects many strands in the fabric of sustainability and presents them comprehensively. The goal is to show the myriad efforts in conservation, planning, design, and architecture that contribute to the quality of life on a green community scale.
In honor of Black History month, we bring to you “25 Steps to Diversity,” by the late Stephen Kliment, writer, editor, and architect extraordinaire. It is one of a 13-part series that we consider to be one of the most thoughtful bodies of work on African-American architects ever produced.
Think Green for Valentine's Day
AIA President Marvin Malecha, FAIA, gathered ideas from faculty and staff at N.C. State for how we might show our love for the Earth as we profess it to one another..
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