Students’ Time to Take the Wheel

It is no secret that the world of architecture is in for a change. That world includes academia, the profession and everything in between. For starters, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has just undergone a “repositioning,” the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) is changing aspects of the Intern Development Program (IDP) and… Read more »

 


Brand Refresh

American Institute of Architecture Students Release Updated Look The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) has officially announced the refresh of their branding since 2004. The new logo is now the iconic design compass enclosed in a circle. The circle represents focus, inclusion, mobility, and being complete, which directly correlates with the organization’s membership and organization…. Read more »

 


The 2015 National Membership Month Starts Today!

Welcome to the 2015 AIAS National Membership Month Dear AIAS members and non-members, We would like to thank you all for visiting the new website and beginning to discover what the AIAS is all about. September marks our National Membership Month. During September, we support your local chapters as they kick off the academic year…. Read more »

 


Welcome to 2015 – 2016!

  Welcome to the 2015-2016 academic year! We are so very excited about the year ahead. We have some exciting news to start the year off right and in a forward motion. Did you look around? Are you seeing this? If you don’t know, we have now fully transitioned onto a brand new website. We… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: Temple University

Lourdes Monje Temple University Degree Program: Bachelor of Science in Architecture Year: Sophomore   Describe your studio culture: My studio culture is diverse and open in the sense that classmates feel comfortable enough to critique each other’s work. Give one tip that has helped you succeed in studio: Staying organized and communicating with others about projects… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: Portland State University

Kayla Anderson Portland State University Degree Program: Architecture Year: Junior Describe your studio culture: We have rules and safety precautions that we agree to at the beginning of each term. However, there are rules that aren’t followed or expected to be followed, and there are unrealistic expectations that are sometimes suggested to us. Give one… Read more »

 


Take the ARE for FREE!!!

Are you planning on getting licensed some day? If so, the AIAS can help make it easier to afford the Architect Registration Exam! The Professional Advancement Support Scholarship, or PASS, will pay you back for your exam if you can pass a division within one year of graduating! But first, we need your help in… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Zachary Kunstman University of Louisiana at Lafayette Degree Program: Bachelor’s Degree Year in School: 5th Year Describe your studio culture. Our studio culture ensures that both students and our professors learn from one another in a safe environment. Give one tip that has helped you succeed in studio. One thing that has helped me succeed… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: City College of New York

Julia Lu Spitzer at City College of New York Degree Program: BArch Year in School: 2nd Year   Describe your studio culture. Crying without crying because the people make it better. Give one tip that has helped you succeed in studio. Always have munchies on hand and always plan ahead. What motivates you to work… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: North Dakota State University

Benjamin Strehlow North Dakota State University Degree Program: Architecture Year: Fourth   Describe your studio culture: Studio Culture is our policy for both faculty and students that outlines the expectations, goals, and responsibilities in the studio environment and education, which we have summed up as “dedication, long nights, and hard work”. Give one tip that has helped… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: University of Texas – Arlington

Miguel Mendez University of Texas – Arlington Bachelor of Science in Architecture Third Year Describe your studio culture. In my studio we all have the same love for architecture and at the same time enrichment and growth every day. Give one tip that has helped you succeed in studio. Optimism, hard work, friendships and AIAS… Read more »

 


In Studio Blog: Lewis and Clark Community College

Logan Walker Lewis and Clark Community College Degree Program: Transfer Year in School: 2nd Year Describe your studio culture. Hard working students constantly working, helping and laughing together! Give on tip that has helped you succeed in studio. Realizing that it takes more than class time to finish a project. You have to be dedicated. What motivates… Read more »