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Women in Green: A Decade Later

What impact does gender equity have on activism to combat climate change? A lot,... More

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Gender Equity Lacking in Design, Finds The Architectural Review's 2017 Women in Architecture Survey

The sixth annual questionnaire had 1,617 respondents in the profession, mostly... More

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Equity by Design Releases Early Findings From Its 2016 Equity in Architecture Survey

The survey is the largest U.S. study on the topic of equity and talent retention... More

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Q+A: Takeaways from the AIA’s New Diversity Report weaetxdyvaydzcwq

There’s room for improvement, says Tania Salgado, chair of the AIA Diversity Council. More

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National Institute of Building Sciences Council Outlines New Priorities for AEC Industry

The council provides policy recommendations to the White House and Congress, focusing on the industry's workforce, resilient construction, and code enforcement. More

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Study: Millennials' Impact on Workplace Design and Urban Planning

A new report reveals how companies are changing their space design and site selection to accommodate young professionals. More

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NCARB Survey Shows Uptick in the Number of Architects in the U.S.

The number of licensed practitioners in the U.S. has increased by 1.6 percent... More

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Where Gender Inequity Persists in Architecture: the Technology Sector

Though women increasingly hold more senior titles at architecture firms, one of the most influential areas of practice remains almost exclusively within the domain of men. Moreweaetxdyvaydzcwq

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The Missing 32% Project Survey Results Reveal Gender Inequity in Architecture. Now What?

The detailed outcomes of the grassroots study were released today during the third annual symposium organized by the AIA San Francisco committee. More

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Perkins+Will Hired a Chemist. Should Your Firm?

Michael Dedeo, who holds a PhD in chemistry from the University of California,... More

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