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  • AEP Roadshow No. 1 April 26, 2017
    The AIA California Council (AIACC) Academy for Emerging Professionals (AEP) exists as the collective voice and source for information and support regarding the career development for Emerging Professionals in the early stages of their architectural career. In service to that … The post AEP Roadshow No. 1 appeared first on AIACC.
  • EVP Transition – Timeline Overview April 25, 2017
    With the upcoming retirement of Executive Vice President Paul Welch, Jr., AIACC president Jana Itzen, AIA, has named an EVP Transition Task Force to lead the development and implementation of an effective recruiting process. The Task Force is to prepare … The post EVP Transition – Timeline Overview appeared first on AIACC.
  • Reconciling Planetary Health in City Building April 21, 2017
    Rebecca Holt is an urbanist and specialist in sustainable development at Perkins+Will San Francisco. Working closely with design leaders and research partners, Rebecca is a champion for high quality built environments, vibrant communities, and thriving natural systems. I have a … The post Reconciling Planetary Health in City Building appeared first on AIACC.
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