AIA North Carolina Emerging Professional Award

NEW IN 2017

AIA North Carolina Emerging Professional Award

Eligibility

Associate AIA members, as well as any architect residing and licensed to practice architecture in North Carolina, whose initial date of licensure in any US jurisdiction is less than 10 years and not more than 15 years after graduation from an accredited school of architecture, and who is a member in good standing with AIA North Carolina, is eligible for the North Carolina Emerging Professional Award.

Criteria

Candidates must demonstrate noteworthy achievements in one or more of the following areas:

• The contributions the candidate has made to the advancement of architectural design and design discourse.

• The contributions the candidate has made to the advancement of AIA and its leadership, either through local, state, or national components.

• The contributions the candidate has made to the advancement of architectural education.

• The contributions the candidate has made towards the betterment of the local community.

• The candidate shall have evidenced the nurturing and mentoring of next generation architects.

Nomination

A nomination for this award can be made by an Associate AIA or AIA member of AIA North Carolina.

Self nominations are allowed.

Submission

Each submission shall contain the following:

• A letter of support or nomination letter by an AIA North Carolina member in good standing, that summarizes the contributions made, not to exceed one page.

• A brief biography and curricula vitae of the candidate, not to exceed three pages.

• A brief summary of the candidate’s achievements and contributions to the Institute, not to exceed one page.

• Up to 10 pages of any other supporting exhibits that the candidate chooses to support their nomination. (Design portfolio, descriptions of community work, etc.)

• The information provided should highlight achievements, contributions and design excellence of the individual.

All materials must be submitted online.