Continuing Education opportunities
The course will start on September 8 and will cover the exam material in a lecture format, including the related graphic vignettes. The instruction will be delivered entirely online so students do not need to travel to campus to attend class. Lectures are delivered weekly through a password- protected website. Questions are answered through the same website or by e-mail. Registrants can view the lectures at their convenient time. The course will run for 15 weeks ending by December 23rd.
For further information and for registration, please contact the instructor, Rima Taher, by e-mail at: Taher@njit.edu.
Lynn Allen presents “Embrace the Cloud”: Improved Design Experience
Sponsored by IMAGINiT Technologies & Autodesk
8:30 am – 12pm
The Benjamin Hotel, 125 E 50th St, New York, NY 10022
Registration is required – http://www.imaginit.com/Events/Registration/eventid/a2w70000001zpuX
This event is Free to all AEC firms. Breakfast included.
CLOUD technology is everywhere we turn – but what does it really mean to you?
Join Autodesk Evangelist Lynn Allen as she clears up any misconceptions you might have about the Cloud and how the latest Autodesk Cloud offerings are certain to improve your design experience. The Cloud opens the door to everything from real-time collaboration and reality capture to endless design iterations, energy analysis and speedy renderings – you just need to walk through that door! Join us for this eye-opening session and experience the possibilities.
Speaker: Lynn Allen, Cadalyst columnist and Autodesk Technical Evangelist. Lynn speaks to more than 30,000 users worldwide each year. For the past 22 years she has written a column for Cadalyst magazine called “Circles and Lines” and is the voice behind the popular Cadalyst videos –“Tips and Tricks with Lynn Allen”. Lynn started using Autodesk® software over 25 years ago, and taught at the corporate and collegiate level for 13 years before joining Autodesk. A sought-after public speaker with a unique comedic style.
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New Historic Preservation Program at Rutgers University—Camden will offer AIA credits!
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers University—Camden has announced a new Historic Preservation Continuing Ed Program!
What better place to learn the processes and techniques of historic preservation than the living laboratory of Camden and nearby Philadelphia?!
Registration is now open for Fall 2016 courses, AIA credits available. More information on the program’s website.
Speak at AIA Convention 2017 in Orlando
AIA Convention is the architecture and design event of the year, featuring hundreds of speakers and education sessions on practice strategies, emerging trends, and thought-provoking topics. If you’re a subject matter expert with a great concept for an education session, we invite you to submit your proposal by July 15, 2016, for the 2017 Convention in Orlando.
If you are looking for events geared specifically to the small firm, look no further. The AIA Small Firm Exchange (SFx) published a list of programs geared specifically to the needs of the small firm. And, if you have any questions stop by the SFx Lounge near the Expo floor. People there will be glad to share their advice. See you in PhilAIAdelphia.
Hope to see all of you taking advantage of the AIA Convention being across the river in Philadelphia. Whether you are a West Jersey member that only has to drive across the bridge of an Architect’s League member who has a little longer drive or a train ride come see what the convention has to offer.
If you do attend don’t forget to stop by the AIANJ Fellows Reception, Thursday night, May 19th at Hotel Palomar (117 S 17th Street) in the Wright Room. Great views and food, we will be in the Wright Room on the 24th Floor. Thanks to Andersen Windows and Doors for continuing to sponsor this annual event.
There are countless things to do, something for everyone.
See you in Philadelphia !