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Within hours of learning he had prevailed in the elections held at the AIA 2009 National Convention and Design Exposition, Clark D. Manus, FAIA, who will take office in December 2010 as the 2011 AIA president recorded a podcast on how he sees his upcoming role, where he sees the profession going, and how he plans to position the AIA to address the near future as it unfolds.
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