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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects April 24, 2009
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The Power of Diversity: Practice in a Complex World is the essence of our future
At the 2009 AIA National Convention and Design Exposition in San Francisco, Lisa Iwamoto and Nader Tehrani, along with nine other emerging talents will present their work in a fast-paced presentation to evaluate the multidisciplinary and multicultural aspects of their practices.

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Doer’s Profile Call for Submissions
AIArchitect is looking for members to be in our weekly Doer’s Profile column who are pushing the bounds of the profession. This means architects who are finding new ways to run successful businesses in a challenging economic climate, architects who have provided civic leadership, designers whose search for form takes architecture to new places, sustainability experts building new paradigms, and more. Please e-mail Associate Editor Zach Mortice for Doer’s Profile consideration, and for any other story topics.

Obama Says America Needs High-Speed Rail
The U.S. lags behind Europe and Japan in inter-city rail travel. It’s a long-term investment we should get moving on.

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