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Tenafly High School Engineering Design Competition for Middle Schoolers

March 22, 2019

Tenafly High School Engineering Design Competition for Middle Schoolers Joseph David, AIA, co-chair of the AIA New Jersey K-12 Education Committee and Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, chair of the AIA New Jersey Equity in Architecture Committee, both participated as judges at the Tenafly High School Engineering Design Competition on March 20, 2019. The competition challenged Read More

Angelica Arent, Associate AIA, Finds Support and Motivation from Family of Architects

March 13, 2019

  Angelica Arent, Associate AIA, Finds Support and Motivation from Family of Architects                           I started my professional career as a Registered Architect in Mexico. In 2002, I relocated to the United States. While I was excited about this opportunity, naturally I was Read More

Lisa M. Cohen, AIA, Has Curated the Perfect Work-Life Balance

March 5, 2019

Lisa M. Cohen, AIA, Has Curated the Perfect Work-Life Balance In a profession that does not lend itself kindly to young families, I have made it a priority to have a comfortable work/life balance while successfully advancing my career. I am the sole proprietor of LMC Architecture, LLC, and I am a mom. I received Read More

WHERE ARE ALL THE (WOMEN) ARCHITECTS?

March 2, 2019

WHERE ARE ALL THE (WOMEN) ARCHITECTS? By Susan Pikaart Bristol, AIA   In 1977, after deciding to apply to Architecture school, my parents thought that maybe I should actually meet an architect.  But where are the Architects? We didn’t know anyone in our town who was an architect, nor did we know anyone who had Read More

AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight on AIA Associate Garima Kaushal

March 1, 2019

AIA New Jersey Women In Architecture Spotlight on AIA Associate Garima Kaushal Coming from a family of engineers and architects, I knew what I wanted to become when I grow up! I got admitted to Architecture school and under the guidance of some distinguished professors, I started developing my interest in sustainable architecture. I delved Read More

AIA New Jersey Closes out Black History Month with the History of William M. Brown, Jr., AIA, and William M. Brown, III, AIA

February 28, 2019

AIA New Jersey Closes out Black History Month with the History of William M. Brown, Jr., AIA, and William M. Brown, III, AIA AIA New Jersey has a very short history of African American Presidents. A list of two, to be exact, and those two history-making leaders were the only pair of AIA New Jersey Read More

AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase Presents

February 20, 2019

AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase Presents In honor of Black History Month here are some AIANJ members we would like you to meet:   Taylor Everett, Associate AIA Read more about Taylor here … John D Lyon, AIA Read more about John here … Maria K. Hawkins, Associate AIA  Read more about Maria Read More

Moustafa Abouelmagd, Associate AIA, is Now Featured in the AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase

February 20, 2019

Moustafa Abouelmagd, Associate AIA, is Now Featured in the AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase I am participating in the AIA NJ Black History Showcase to show others my struggles. I hope it will motivate and encourage others to reach for their goals. When I was a young man, I lived in Alexandria, Egypt. I Read More

AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase Presents Maria K. Hawkins, Associate AIA

February 17, 2019

AIA New Jersey Black History Showcase Presents Maria K. Hawkins, Associate AIA   As a young child, I didn’t have a clear appreciation of the role of “architect” nor “architecture” in society. These were abstract concepts to me, simply because my built environment came to be by “construction workers” and “builders”.     After years Read More

AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase: Meet John D. Lyon, AIA

February 14, 2019

    AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase: Meet John D. Lyon, AIA   When I was 13 years old, living in Jamaica, I wrote a research paper on Vitruvius for my history class. That was the moment I decided to become an architect. I started taking mechanical drawing classes, performed well and went Read More

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