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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects April 10, 2009
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Navigating the Economy
At the upcoming 2009 AIA Convention, meet any of the thousands of architects and design colleagues coming to San Francisco who can help you solve the challenges facing your career, practice, or specialty. Plus the insightful experiences will abound as well. For instance, Randy Brown, FAIA, is one of 10 emerging voices featured at the Saturday, May 2, plenary session—Focus on Contemporary Architecture: Critical and New Opinions.

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The Legacy of Fitch
Next month is the centennial of the birth of James Marston Fitch, a genuine Renaissance figure in architecture who helped change the way we think about buildings in the environment and their preservation.
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Jinhee Park, AIA, is one of eight architects selected to receive the 2009 Young Architects Award.
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Who will tell the story?
With the design team for the Smithonian National Museum of African American History and Culture scheduled to be announced April 14, NOMA President R. Steven Lewis, AIA, reflects on the significance of the commission as he asks: Who will tell the story?

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