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The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) is an independent, nonprofit, student-run organization that serves architecture students.
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AIAS National Office Jun 14
The 2019 AIAS Honor Award Jury has been ANNOUNCED! Take a moment to learn more about these fantastic individuals.
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AIAS National Office Jun 7
The locations for next year's CRIT Live and THRIVE events have been announced! Which one will you be attending?
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AIAS National Office Jun 6
We've extended the deadlines for both our and In Studio: Model competitions to June 15th! To learn more, visit .
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AIAS National Office May 31
Congratulations to our May 2019 Chapter Leader of the Month: Haley Rogers!
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AIAS National Office May 30
What are your summer plans? The AIAS has been working in collaboration with for over a year to develop an architectural internship program for AIAS members and the application is now OPEN! Apply now -
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AIAS National Office May 28
Don't forget to list the AIAS as your preferred organization on AmazonSmile! Every time you with AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the back to the AIAS! How awesome is that?! ,
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AIAS National Office May 24
Have you registered for AIAS Grassroots yet? What are you waiting for? Deadline for early bird registration ends in one week on June 1 at 11:59 EST!
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AIAS National Office May 24
We are proud to present our FIRST-EVER firm edition with SGA Design Group!
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AIAS National Office May 22
Have you submitted your nominations for the 2019 Honor Awards cycle? Give that chapter or member the recognition they deserve! Submit your nomination by June 1st.
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AIAS National Office May 22
This past April, students from Montana State University hosted this year's AIAS West Quad Conference: TEXTURE. If you missed it, read the recap below to be in the know!
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AIAS National Office May 21
Shannon Defranza, Roger Williams University, will join us at this year's AIAS Grassroots to discuss the awareness of different components of resource allocation in architecture. To register, visit today!
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AIAS National Office May 20
Ethan Moore, Kent State University, wants to share why he thinks YOU should start your own chapter-level advocacy committee. Read the full feature now!
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AIAS National Office May 20
AIAS is proud to announce that the 2019 Grassroots Leadership Conference will feature the first-ever Student Capitol Hill Day!! Fill out the registration form to reserve your spot today -
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AIAS National Office May 17
We are BACK with a brand new from the University of Texas at Arlington‼️ Read the full feature now and catch a glimpse inside UTA's studio life.
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AIAS National Office May 16
The AIAS Northeast Quad Conference: Reflex was all about highlighting the reflexive elements of a city through the lens of Boston’s architecture. If you missed it, be sure to catch up by reading the recap below!
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AIAS National Office May 15
Did you miss CRIT Live at CMU this past March?! Don't worry. We have all the deets in our recap below!
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AIAS National Office May 14
ATTENTION: AIAS Chapter Presidents! We have officially opened the Call for Amendments to the Proposed Resolutions. Proposed amendments to any proposed resolution may be submitted in advance of Grassroots! Deadline to submit is June 1st.
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AIAS National Office May 14
Natalie Goodin, Boston Architectural College, will join us at this year's AIAS Grassroots to speak about the ways to rethink the design process for more culturally sensitive and people-centered projects To register, visit .
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AIAS National Office May 13
Apply today to be a part of the first-ever FBD Live Task Force and receive FULL funding to AIAS Grassroots!
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AIAS National Office May 10
As part of the partnership supporting Freedom by Design, grant funding is now available to assist Freedom by Design Directors to attend AIAS Grassroots at a $0 registration fee. Standard registration fee is $299. Apply today!
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