Each year, your AIA Grand Rapids Board of Directors is faced, as is every organization, with succession--the need to find and develop new leadership. This year a number of qualified candidates came forward with an interest in serving on the AIA Grand Rapids Board.
Please review the following candidates in preparation for the May 30th vote.Read More >>
The Grand Rapids Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has selected Alissa Hahn to receive its annual $1,000 student scholarship to assist in continuing her architectural education. Alissa Hahn of Grandville completed her BS in Architecture at University of Michigan and is now working to complete her Master of Architecture and Certificate of Historic Preservation at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Alissa was highly recommended by her U of M professors and her AIA Grand Rapids former employer and mentor, Neale Bauman, principal of The Design Forum.Read More >>
In a stroke of creativity, Grand Rapids celebrates bike month with Active Commute Week. The challenge promotes healthy competition among companies and individuals to compete against others in the area to utilize active transportation.Read More >>
Each year, your AIA Grand Rapids Board of Directors is faced, as is every organization, with succession--the need to find and develop new leadership. The Board is asking that you seriously consider yourself or others that you think would be particularly well suited to serve on the AIAGR Board by nominating that person. Please contact me with your nominations or interest in serving on the AIAGR Board or if you have any questions about serving on the Board.Read More >>