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AIAGR 2016 Board of Directors Election
Posted by: AIAGR Board

We urge all AIAGR members to vote in the upcoming election. Please watch for an email from SurveyMonkey to vote for the candidates of your choice.

Thank you!


FAIA Nominations
Posted by: AIAGR Board

AIA Michigan is looking for recommendations of candidates for Fellowship. Fellowship is one of the highest honors the AIA can bestow upon a member.

Legislative Day
Posted by: AIAGR Board

21st Annual Architects, Engineers & Surveyors Legislative Day
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Christman University, Ground Floor, The Christman Building
208 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, MI

AIAGR 2016 Student Scholarship
Posted by: Gary Gerber

Announcing the American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids chapter student scholarship program, recognizing a deserving junior, senior, or master degree architecture student having the characteristics and qualities critical to achieving success and leadership in the architecture profession.

Happy Holidays from the AIAGR Board
Posted by: AIA Grand Rapids Board

Happy Holidays from your AIA Grand Rapids Board! As the year winds down, it is important to reflect on the past year and look forward to the new year! The board has been working hard this past year trying to understand the impact Realignment will have on how we deliver services to you, our membership. As we worked through the summer, we worked with AIA Michigan and other chapters throughout the state to develop a plan of what the AIA will look like in Michigan in the coming years. The rollout will begin in 2016 and we welcome your feedback on how to further refine our path forward.

2015 AIA Leadership Institute
Posted by: Andrew Queenan, AIAGR Secretary

"We are in the Leadership business, and Design is our Medium." This is a profoundly important statement to what we, as architects, try to do in our professional lives.

ARE Study Group
Posted by: Ashley Dunneback, Emerging Professionals Committee Chair

This ARE Study Group provides a space for those on their path to licensure to discuss study techniques, review and discuss exam materials, and prepare for their exams amongst others in the Grand Rapids area seeking licensure.

We will discuss the transition from ARE 4.0 to ARE 5.0 and which exams you should start taking now to insure the best transition. We will also have guest speakers who have recently passed the exams to provide insight on their study techniques and their experience with the exam process.