Tuesday, December 9, 2014
AIAT Annual Meeting
@ Kuhlman University
1845 Indian Wood Circle
Toledo, Ohio 43537
7:30 AM Breakfast
7:45 AM AIA Toledo Annual Meeting
9:00 AM Shawn Baumbaugh, Eldorado Stone
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The Toledo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is pleased to announce that member Erin Curley, Associate AIA was selected by the American Institute of Architects to receive the 2014 Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship in July. Ms. Curley, the first ever recipient from the Toledo Chapter, was one of ten recipients nationwide and will receive compensation for the entire cost of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) and a full set of study guides provided by Kaplan Architecture Education.
Ms. Curley has demonstrated her commitment to bridging the gap between the architecture profession and the community since her board member position with AIAS (BGSU Student Chapter) in 2001. There she developed a mentorship program, coordinated the annual Lego Charrette, and led a winning team entry for CANstruction Toledo in 2004. Curley earned her Master of Architecture in 2012 from Lawrence Technological University and her Bachelor of Science in Technology in 2005 from Bowling Green State University. She is a presidential member of the National Society of Leadership and Success; active with the Green School Committee; and Women in Architecture. Curley is currently a Job Captain with RCM Architects, Inc. in Findlay, Ohio. She has been an active Associate AIA Toledo member since 2010; as both a liaison and advisor for the High School Design Competition; and with the Young Architects Forum. Curley was granted a State of Ohio Legislative Proclamation in 2013 for her commitment in completing the Sylvania Area Family Services addition.
To read about the other recipients and view the selection criteria, please click here.
AND THE WINNERS ARE ...
This year we are celebrating our nineteenth year in awarding architectural design excellence. There were twelve (12) project entries received for this year’s Design Awards Program representing six (6) NW Ohio architectural firms/architects. The entries were reviewed on March 25, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin by an independent jury of architects where one (1) entry was selected to receive an Honor Award and six (6) entries were selected to receive a Citation Awards. Awards were presented at the 2014 AIA Toledo Design Awards Gala held at Parkway Place in Maumee on Thursday, April 24, 2014
The AIA Toledo High School Design Competition is the longest running program of its kind in the history of the American Institute of Architects. It is a nationally recognized, award winning program and we are very proud of the accomplishments of all of our students. Over $10,000 in scholarships and prizes were awarded last year and we intend to award just as much this year!