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AIAGR Annual Business Meeting/Opening of Election
Posted by: Thom Danckaert

When: Tuesday, May 2, 12 noon
Where: Progressive AE, 1811 4 Mile Road NE, Grand Rapids, MI

Please join the AIA Grand Rapids Board for our annual business meeting. We will be closing our open nominations period for our annual election and outlining what we have accomplished in 2016/17 as well as where we are headed in 2017/18.

AIAGR Golf Outing
Posted by: Deborah Dik

2017 Annual AIAGR Golf Outing
Benefiting the AIAGR Student Scholarship Fund
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe
$100 Per Person Includes Range/Golf/Cart/Dinner

2017 AIAGR Student Scholarship
Posted by: Gary Gerber

Announcing the American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids Chapter Student Scholarship that recognizes a deserving junior, senior, or master degree architecture student having the characteristics and qualities necessary for achieving success and leadership in the architecture profession.

Honor Awards Gala Committee
Posted by: Kate Betts

The AIA Grand Rapids honor awards gala is our opportunity to celebrate the fantastic work and extraordinary efforts of our member architects. It is the goal of AIAGR to broaden the reach and awareness of the amazing spaces and places that our members are instrumental in bringing to fruition. This event also serves as an opportunity for each of us to step back and reconnect with friends and colleagues.

ARE Study Group
Posted by: Ashley Dunneback

Are you or anyone you know looking to complete the ARE and become a licensed architect?! This is the year for you! AIA Grand Rapids continues its Architecture Registration Exam (ARE) study group. Come meet others who are in the testing process and get the tools you need to finally finish those exams!

Sustainability Committee Meeting
Posted by: Vince Novak

West Michigan is a leader in sustainability. Developers, municipalities, and property owners have all played a crucial role in developing this leadership. So too have architects. Sustainability, however, is not a static thing. It is dynamic and ever changing, reacting to new technologies, new discoveries, and deeper understandings of the challenges we all face as humanity.

Michigan Director Election
Posted by: AIAGR Board

The AIA Grand Rapids board has been seeking candidates to fill our AIA Michigan Director position. We have found one interested individual in Paul Weber (see bio). We now have a period for open nominations to the general membership per our bylaws. With this announcement of open nominations, the election will then begin, through Survey Monkey, for our members by February 11. If you are interested, or know of someone else who would be interested, in running for the AIA Michigan Director position, please let a member of the AIAGR board know as soon as possible.