Thank you to the Conference Sponsors
Who Made This Event Possible!
Regenerative Leadership in a Specialty Practice with a Collaborative Culture: Bob Schaeffner
Driving Positive Change through Purpose and Empathy: Tim Schroeder
Occupational Licensing Trends
Commercial Glass School
Panel: 2018 IBC Updates and OSFM Processes
Institutionalizing Change: Lessons from BNIM
Marking the New Practice with Precast
Panel: Milestones in Architecture (Coming Soon)
The AIA Kansas annual conference theme, Milestones: The Through Lines, is to look at the many significant points in an architectural career. Today, we find our profession passing through truly transformative milestones, so our conference theme is more relevant than ever. Join us in using this time for refocusing, making changes and taking advantage of opportunities:
Marking the New Practice: Strategies for the COVID, post-COVID practice. What have you learned through the disruption and what changes have you made, etc.? Are career paths changing?
Spaces and Places: What is the new place of work about, the new education space, the public place, the event space. How are you serving your clients in the new normal? Are there new avenues of service opening up or other unforeseen opportunities? What aspects of health, safety and welfare can be rediscovered?
We hope you can join us!
By attending the AIA Kansas Conference, AIA members will have the opportunity to earn up to 12 AIA CES credits including several HSW credits. AIA Kansas is an AIA CES Approved Provider (#A086) with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System.
Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to AIA CES for AIA members.
Certificates of Completion are available upon request. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
AXP & AIA Continuing Education
Interns may earn Supplemental Experience hours by completing approved AIA Continuing Education programs – one AIA CEU/LU is equal to one AXP experience hour. When submitting to NCARB, Learning Units (LUs) must be documented on the intern’s AIA transcript. Find more information here.