AIA New Jersey Holds First Board Meeting of 2012

On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, AIA New Jersey held its first Board of Trustees meeting of 2012 in the AIA Room at the School of Architecture at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, in Newark, NJ. After reviewing and approving the general operating policies for 2012 and the 2012 budget, newly installed AIA New Jersey President Larry Parisi, AIA outlined a series of proposed events for the year as follows:

  • IRC Seminar – Tentatively Scheduled for April or May, Location TBD
  • East Coast Green – June 13-14 at Brookdale Community College
  • Design Day – September 13, at the Berkley, Asbury Park
  • A Booth at the League of Municipalities – November
  • Diversity Day – TBD
  • Green Code Seminar – TBD
  • The Business of Architecture – TBD
  • Ethics for Architects – TBD
  • Architect as Citizen – TBD

Also discussed were plans for the annual Grassroots Leadership & Legislative Conference, March 7-10, in Washington, DC; a call for nominations for 2013; planned discussions with SDA Chief Mark Larkins; and updates from APAC, ArhiPAC, all chapter officers and committees, and each section. The leaders of AIA New Jersey welcome your opinion and input on these matters and any others you believe should be addressed. Please feel free to reach out to your section representatives or any officer of the chapter or committee chair at any time. Also, we encourage you to engage in conversations with your colleagues on our social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and our Website Blog.

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