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William M. Brown, III, FAIA, NOMA, Guides Nicole Tucker Along the Professional Path to STEAM!

March 30, 2021

William M. Brown, III, FAIA, NOMA, Guides Nicole Tucker Along the Professional Path to STEAM! by Nicole Tucker I grew up in Newark, NJ, and attended University High School. While at University High, I learned of ACT-SO and competed first in Poetry and Computer Science in 1992. I placed in these categories at the state Read More

AIA New Jersey Regrettably Announces The Passing of AIA Newark & Suburban Member Rebeca Ruiz-Ulloa, AIA

March 16, 2021

AIA New Jersey Regrettably Announces The Passing of AIA Newark & Suburban Member Rebeca Ruiz-Ulloa, AIA   Rebeca Ruiz-Ulloa was born on May 13th,1961 in Ciego de Avila, Cuba. She migrated to the United States with her parents, René and Osaida Ruiz, and her sister, Cristina, in 1968. She first lived in Miami, Florida, and Read More

Recognizing AIA New Jersey’s Female Section Presidents In Honor of Women In Architecture Month

March 1, 2021

  Recognizing AIA New Jersey’s Female Section Presidents In Honor of Women in Architecture Month   AIA New Jersey has been fortunate to have a large population of women leaders starting at the grassroots level, from local committee chairs to trustees, officers, and section presidents. This wide-reaching, varied leadership is critical to the future population Read More

AIA New Jersey Celebrates Our Past Presidents in Honor of Women In Architecture Month

March 1, 2021

AIA New Jersey Celebrates Our Past Presidents in Honor of Women In Architecture Month   One of the best ways to predict a strong lineage of future female leaders is for recent graduates to find female role models and mentors in leadership positions to support, encourage and demonstrate what a successful, influential, woman architect looks Read More

American Institute of Architects 2021 Fellow, William M. Brown, III, FAIA, NOMA, Reflects on a Career Enriched by Mentoring

February 27, 2021

  William M. Brown, III, FAIA, NOMA, Reflects on a Career Enriched by Mentoring by William M. Brown, III, FAIA, NOMA Mentorship to others, in particular our younger generation, who may lack the resources or who have never been exposed to consider Architecture as their chosen profession, continues to inspire me and leaves an indelible Read More

AIA New Jersey Past President William M. Brown, III, Elevated to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects

February 15, 2021

AIA New Jersey Past President William M. Brown, III, Elevated to Fellow of the American Institute of Architects   AIA New Jersey and AIA Newark and Suburban Past President William M. Brown III, has been notified of his elevation to The College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects. The Jury of Fellows selected Bill Read More

AIA Newark and Suburban Past President Andrew Thompson, AIA, Featured in the AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase

February 3, 2021

AIA Newark and Suburban Past President Andrew Thompson, AIA, Featured in the AIA New Jersey Black History Month Showcase by Andrew Thompson, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP, BD+C I grew up in Brooklyn, NY and received my education through the NYC public school system. As a young child, my mom bought me a sketchbook and I Read More

Frank Truilo, AIA, elected to serve on the Chatham Borough Council

December 2, 2020

Frank Truilo, AIA, elected to serve on the Chatham Borough Council AIA Newark and Suburban Architects Board of Trustees member, Frank Truilo, AIA, has been elected to serve on the Chatham Borough Council. Frank answered the call to action to take a greater civic leadership role within his community as a “Citizen Architect”. Prior to Read More

AIA New Jersey Immediate Past President Judy Donnelly, AIA, Featured on Business Talk Radio

November 11, 2020

AIA New Jersey Immediate Past President Judy Donnelly, AIA, Featured on Business Talk Radio AIA New Jersey Immediate Past President Judy Donnelly, AIA, was recently featured on Business Talk Radio. Judy explained the role that an architect plays in a new construction project, when to call an architect, what she finds rewarding about being an Read More

NOMA Celebrates 50 Years by Recognizing Founders Including William M. Brown Jr., AIA

November 4, 2020

NOMA Celebrates 50 Years by Recognizing Founders Including William M. Brown, Jr., AIA Twelve African-American architects from different parts of the country met, some for the first time, during the AIA National Convention in Detroit in 1971. What these professionals recognized was the desperate need for an organization dedicated to the development and advancement of Read More

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