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Just the Facts, Please… SEPT | 22 | 2010

Many of you have received an email from McGraw-Hill asking you to subscribe toArchitectural Record. As you know, for many years this has been the main publication for AIA members. However, beginning in January 2011, you will begin to receive a hard copy of Architect, plus Eco Structure andResidential Architect in electronic form from Hanley Wood.

If you wish to continue to receive Architectural Record, you will need to subscribe as this will no longer be one of your many membership benefits.

Also, don’t forget that AIA Southern Arizona’s Architecture Week starts this Saturday, September 25th. Click here for a list of events.

Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE
Executive Vice President
AIA Arizona
30 North 3rd Avenue #200
Phoenix, AZ  85003
602-252-4200 phone
602-273-6814 fax

Upcoming Events
9/23/10 – Phoenix Metro Chapter Meeting

9/23/10 – Associates Architecture Tour

9/24/10 – Scottsdale Section Meeting

9/25/10 – Design Awards

9/25/10 – SAC Architecture Week begins

9/27/10 – Internal Communication Committee

9/28/10 – Phoenix YAF

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Southern Arizona Architecture Week – Saturday, September 25, 2010 to Sunday, October 3rd, don’t miss a week full of great events. Click here for details.

Phoenix YAF – Roundtable discussion on setting goals and achieving them with Mark Roddy, AIA and Mike Medici, AIA at SmithGroup from 12pm to 1pm. RSVP toDiana SmithClick here for details.

Survival 101 Seminar: Teamwork Lessons from 12 Angry Men – Learn such techniques as understanding motives and biases, considering attitudes about risk taking, dominant and submissive personalities and conflict resolution. Tuesday, October 5, 2010 from 8 to 10am. Click here for details.

AIA Western Mountain Region Conference – Registration is now open for the WMR Conference being held in Deer Valley, Utah from October 8-9. Don’t miss it!Register now!

Phoenix Associates Architecture Tour – Thursday, September 23 from 5:30 to 7:00pm, tour of the Maricopa County Downtown Court Tower that is under construction. The tour is FREE to attend for Associates and AIAS members. FREE parking is available at the project site located at 1 W. Jackson Street Phoenix, AZ. RSVP to Charnissa Moore.

Phoenix Metro Chapter Meeting – “Vanishing Phoenix,” presentation by Robert Melikian. September 23, 2010, 5:00 reception / 6:00 program. RSVP to Diana Smith.Click here for more information.

DATE CHANGE Grand Canyon Oct. Chapter Meeting – Open to all members, onFriday, October 8th the Grand Canyon Chapter will host a special presentation on the South rim of the Grand Canyon. Morgan O’Connor, Environmental Director of the Grand Canyon Railway, will talk about the innovative sustainable projects the railway and the Concessionaire of the Grand Canyon are undertaking  to tread more lightly on the earth. Meet in the Thunderbird lodge at 5:00pm.  Please RSVP toHolly Jaleski by October 7th.

Grand Canyon USGBC Seminar – Learn how to apply the LEED  for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance rating system to a project. October 22, 2010 from 7:30am to 5pm at the South Rim Grand Canyon Best Western Squire Inn. Earn 7 GBCI CE hours. Click here for details.

AIA Forum | Arizona – Have you seen our first issue of our peer-reviewed publication? Check it out here!

Architect Finder- Still not listed on odur Architect Finder? Click here to fill out the paper work.

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Phoenix Metro Affiliate Lunch
– The next meeting will be held on October 7, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm in the AIA Arizona office. RSVP to Diana Smith.

Affiliate Finder – Now the public and architects can search for you online! Not listed? Click here and fill out the form.

Advertise in Just the Facts, Please…Advertise your business to your target audience of over 2,000 people! Click here for details.

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ASU PURL – Wednesday, October 13 at 9:00am, Andres Duany will be speaking on, “Agrarian Urbanism,” in the Memorial Union 230, Pima Auditorium, Tempe Campus RSVP to aaron.rothman@asu.edu.Also on Wednesday, October 13 at 2:00pm, Andres Duany will be speaking on, “Planning for the 21st Century,” at PURL (234 N. Central Ave, 8th Fl., Downtown Phoenix). RSVP to aaron.rothman@asu.edu.

UofA – October 1, 2010 from 4:30 to 6:30pm Room AME 202. “Views from Critical Observers” presented by David Yetman and Corky Poster.

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Phoenix Design Week – Phoenix Design Week 2010 is a celebration of the local design community. It will include a variety of exhibitions, open houses, workshops, presentations, activities, films and other community-growth oriented events. The weeklong conference is scheduled from Sept. 29 to Oct. 3. Click here for details.

Job Board- Please check out our job postings and resume postings on the website!

If you’re a member, you can post your resume for free! Click for more information…

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SEAoA – Don’t miss the Structural Use of Glass seminar on Oct. 11. More…

SDA Phoenix- September’s program. More…

ULI Southern Arizona- Check out September’s events, click here.

CEFPI – Click here for September’s chapter meeting information.

AZASLA – Click here for the latest news and events.

AZ USGBC- Check out September’s events, click here.

SMPS Arizona – Click here to view September’s events.

Phoenix Reference Library
– Click here to view the Reference Library’s August’s events.
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AIA Arizona’s mission is to promote the architectural profession through the strength and participation of members. AIA Arizona is a component of the American Institute of Architects, and was chartered on October 1, 1959. There are three chapters within our component: AIA Phoenix Metro, AIA Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona and AIA Southern Arizona in Tucson. We have just over 1,500 members statewide. To contact or learn more about AIA Arizona, please visit our website (www.aia-arizona.org)

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