Emerging Professional Award

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AIA Georgia Emerging Professional Award

This award honors a young AIA or Associate AIA member (initial date of licensure in any US jurisdiction is less than 10 years and not more than 15 years after graduation) residing and licensed to practice architecture in Georgia who have made a positive impact in the architecture profession.

Nominations will close Friday, March 9 at 6:00 p.m. ET

Candidates will be evaluated based on information submitted relating to one or more of the following:

  • 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.

Any Associate AIA or AIA member of AIA Georgia can make a nomination for this award. Self-nominations are allowed.

  • A nomination letter, not to exceed one page.*

**If you are self-nominating, please upload all submission materials in the following TAB.

The information provided should highlight the achievements and contributions of the candidate as noted in the criteria.

Please upload in one of the following formats: .pdf, .doc or .docx

For all those nominated for this award, the following materials will be required in order to be evaluated by the Honor Awards jury and can be submitted at the time of nomination (under “upload nominations materials” on the form):

  • 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 the achievements, contributions and design excellence of the individual.

Nomination Form

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