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aiarchitect | volume 16   the news of america’s community of architects October 30, 2009
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Though AIA membership often connotes a cachet of seniority and experience, this belies the many valuable contributions made by an increasingly involved demographic: the emerging professional. These younger, recent graduates are providing a range of important voices—and taking on leadership roles—in the organization
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Universal Design Living Laboratory Seeks to Break Barriers
Accessibility advocates broke ground in Columbus, Ohio, in September on the Universal Design Living Laboratory, a 3,500-square-foot Prairie Style home that will be a residence and educational facility showcasing accessible design.
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AIA Announces 2009 Upjohn Research Initiative Award Winners
The jury for the Upjohn Research Initiative, a joint program of the College of Fellows and the Board Knowledge Committee to support knowledge sharing between practitioners and academicians, has announced the four projects selected to receive grants for 2009
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Illustrators Deserve Credit, Too
Architect and architectural illustrator Richard Chenoweth, AIA, lauds efforts to ensure that photographers and firms get credit for their work. Architectural illustrators deserve credit in publications, too, he asserts. Go to blog

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