Photo courtesy thecanyon.com

Photo courtesy thecanyon.com


Congratulations!!

We are excited to congratulate Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE from AIA Arizona as the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award from the American Institute of Architects Council of Architectural Component Executives!! It is a well-deserved honor and we are all blessed to have Tina in the Western Mountain Region. Take a look at the recognition she received!

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2018 AIA Western Mountain Region Conference
October 3-6, 2018
Location: Loews Ventana Canyon, Tucson, Arizona

Save the Date!

For the Latest Information, select the link below:

WMR 2018 Conference Information

For sponsorship or presentation opportunities,
please contact Tina at AIA Arizona: tina (at) aia-arizona (dot) org


AIA Western Mountain Region
Leadership Opportunities

At the 2018 Western Mountain Region Conference, the following positions on the WMR ExCom will be voted for:

Western Mountain Region | Regional Director
2019 - 2021 (three year elected term)

To review a description of the position, click here: Regional Director Job Description
To download the Election Petition Form, click here: Regional Director Election Petition Form

Western Mountain Region | Treasurer
2019 - 2020 (two year elected term)

To review a description of the position, click here: Regional Treasurer Job Description
To download the Election Petition Form, click here: Regional Treasurer Election Petition Form

For more information, contact the Regional Secretary: aiawesternmountainregion@gmail.com


Congratulations to the
2018 WMR Fellows!

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Congratulations to

Michelle Acosta, AIA, and

Korey White, AIA,

for their recognition with the

AIA Young Architect Award!

 


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Tania Salgado, FAIA

Patrick Panetta, AIA

Congratulations to the AIA WMR's Past Regional Director's, Tania Salgado, FAIA and Patrick Panetta, AIA on their recognition as a recipient of the Louise Blanchard Bethune Fellowship Medal.

Reserved for retiring members of the Strategic Council, the Louise Blanchard Bethune Fellows serves to recognize their service and signify their continued commitment to the mission of the AIA and Strategic Council. This honor, similar in spirit and significance to the Richard Upjohn Fellowship, symbolizes a high level of dedication to the advancement of the profession of architecture and celebrates the distinctive role of Strategic Council leadership in the profession. Louise Blanchard Bethune Fellows act as advisors and ambassadors to the AIA beyond their term of service on the Strategic Council.

The Louise Blanchard Bethune Fellowship is named for the first American woman recognized as a professional architect and the first female to be elevated to Fellowship in the AIA. An architectural vanguard, Bethune ushered in a new future for the profession and society. She challenged the status quo of the profession and set new standards for architectural practice.

Congratulations!


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Stuart Coppedge, FAIA

Congratulations to AIA WMR's Past Regional Director and AIA 2016-2017 National Treasurer Stuart Coppedge, FAIA, on his distinct recognition as a recipient of the Richard Upjohn Fellowship Medal. This award is bestowed upon those who have served the profession of Architecture through service on the National AIA Board of Directors.


 Congratulations to AIA Phoenix Metro for their National Award-Winning Program - Arizona Kids Build!   2017 Component Excellence Award for Community Outreach and Involvement   This program helps 4th thru 6th grade students gain an understanding of how the built environment directly affects their own well-being and that of the natural environment.

Congratulations to AIA Phoenix Metro for their National Award-Winning Program - Arizona Kids Build!

2017 Component Excellence Award for Community Outreach and Involvement

This program helps 4th thru 6th grade students gain an understanding of how the built environment directly affects their own well-being and that of the natural environment.

 

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