Win a FREE Registration to AIAS Grassroots Leadership Conference!

Remember back in April when we talked about how you could get involved as a Student Architect Licensing Advisor? NCARB has recently announced how they will select two Licensing Advisors to receive FREE registration to Grassroots this summer. It’s not too late to sign up as a new advisor and enter to win!

 


60th: Legacy – An Alumni Feature

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is celebrating the 60th anniversary of student excellence in leadership, service and design. In honor of our 60th year, the AIAS is excited to announce a year-long program of events, including a 60th alumni feature. The AIAS, in partnership with Professional Publications, Inc (PPI), a publisher of professional… Read more »

 


AIAS Commemorates Past President Robert “Bob” Klancher

The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is saddened by the passing of Robert “Bob” Klancher. Klancher, 57, served as the 1982-1983 AIAS President. He had been battling cancer for two years. Klancher graduated from the University of Cincinnati’s School of Architecture and Interior Design. He worked as Principal at Interplan and also served as… Read more »

 


West Quad Conference: A Tale of Two Cities

It may have been spring break for some, but being poolside wasn’t the primary reason roughly 100 architecture and design students met in Las Vegas, March 22 – 25 2016. The students attended the West Quad Conference hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with the theme A Tale of Two Cities. Jesus Garcia… Read more »

 


May 2016 Chapter Leader of the Month: Ryan Cusack

Each month, the AIAS highlights the outstanding dedication and accomplishments of one of its members. The Chapter Leader of the Month can be a Chapter President or any member who has shown tremendous leadership. Congratulations to the May 2016 Chapter Leader of the Month, Ryan Cusack! Ryan Cusack is a fourth year student at New… Read more »

 


AIAS Celebrates its 60th Year

Download PDF Press Release Washington, D.C. – April 25, 2016 – The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is celebrating the 60th anniversary of student excellence in education, communities, design and policy. “The 60th anniversary represents both a celebration and a launch pad. We will be highlighting and recognizing the people that got us here… Read more »

 


Ending Soon! Instagram Competition with the Vinyl Institute

Roughly one week remains in our Instagram Competition with The Vinyl Institute (VI). Share your photos of plastic applications in outdoor architecture. Examples may be found on the VI’s Instagram account. The contest ends April 30 and three winners will be chosen at random and announced on May 5 on the VI’s Instagram account. Each… Read more »

 


10 Travel Hacks: Make the World Your Playground

After airline tickets and hotel reservations, traveling can get pretty expensive. But where there’s a will to save money, we’ve found the way! Follow these tips below to get the best bang for your buck: 1. Use an incognito window when searching for flights. Some companies will increase prices because you’ve been searching the web for prices. 2. When… Read more »

 


25 Reasons to Spend $25 for AIA National Convention 2016

AIAS members can attend AIA National Convention for only $25. Here are 25 educational sessions happening at the conference that are perfect for AIAS members or anyone interested in adding to their repertoire of design skills, strategies, and tactics. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to network with thousands of architects and product vendors, attend inspiring… Read more »

 


Student Architect Licensing Advisors – Get Involved!

Many of you will decide to go into traditional practice and many of you will venture off and create your own path. Whether that’s in marketing, construction management, research, interior design or something completely unrelated to architecture, an architectural license is still a very valid and helpful tool in your career. You’ve all heard the… Read more »

 


April 2016 Chapter Leader of the Month: Richard Shafer

Each month, the AIAS highlights the outstanding dedication and accomplishments of one of its members. The Chapter Leader of the Month can be a Chapter President or any member who has shown tremendous leadership. Congratulations to the April 2016 Chapter Leader of the Month, Richard Shafer! Richard Shafer is a third year student at Lawrence… Read more »

 


2016 AIAS Honor Award Jury Announced

Download PDF Press Release Washington, D.C. – April 4, 2016 — The AIAS Honor Awards were developed to publicly recognize outstanding achievements by students, educators, and practitioners who have exhibited an exemplary commitment to the education and development of architecture students. Each year the AIAS honors individuals and groups for their exemplary work in areas… Read more »