College of Architecture and Hixson-Lied College of Fine & Performing Arts
The American Institute of Architects, Nebraska Chapter, (AIA NE) supports the University of Nebraska offering a highly recognized, enhanced, accredited professional architectural program, resulting in well qualified graduates. AIA NE is appreciative of the College of Architecture faculty, the legacy that has been established, and the expectation that the legacy will continue into the future. AIA NE will provide input into the process, whether it be an independent college or within a new college format, and relay related information to its members. Individual members may offer opinions to their respective University of Nebraska Regent.
Please let me know if you have any questions about our position.
Roger Doehling, AIA
2014 AIA Nebraska President
ARE Study Seminars + Reviews Offered
The AIA NE ARE Study Seminars will be offered to all Architecture Registration Exam Candidates. The monthly two-part Seminar Series is sponsored by AIA NE from September – March . The first Tuesday of the month, the Series encompasses a basic review of the major topics covered in each division of the ARE and serves to assist the candidate’s preparation by providing an organized approach to studying and by presenting concise and practical reference materials. The Seminars will be conducted via web-based, presented by professionals with experience in each specific division of the ARE. The third Tuesday of the month will allow participation in an open question and answer period following the earlier Seminar.
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