Tag: AIA

New AIA Course Program Aims to Diversify Industry Leadership

This week, the American Institute of Architects announced the launch of a new initiative called Next to Lead that aims to bring more “ethnically diverse women into AIA leadership positions.” Read on to learn more about this program’s eligibility, and why the AIA found it necessary to create it in the first place.

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An Architect’s Guide to Creating Safe Polling Places

Despite the popularity of mail-in voting in the US this year, millions of people will still be voting in-person at the polls in less than a week. According to the CDC, people who vote in-person on a single day are at higher risk for COVID-19 because of the larger crowds and longer wait times. With that in mind, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) is hoping that election administrators take advantage of their recently released “safe polling place” resource guide.

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AIA’s Tips for Career Resilience

Despite the economic uncertainty facing the world right now, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) wants to help all architecture professionals keep their careers going strong. They recently hosted a webinar where they spoke to four panelists who lived and worked through the last Great Recession. Here are the highlights from their advice on how to have career resilience during difficult times.

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