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What is the AIA Forum | Arizona? The AIA Forum is a peer reviewed publication issued by AIA Arizona to the AIA community and to the general public. The publications are comprised of a formulated hypothesis about a subject of the auhor(s) choosing with respect to architecture. The topics are subject, but not limited, to the following: professional practice, architectural technology, case studies, architectural design (urban, city, art, environment) and architecture in society – the role of architects.
Why the AIA Forum | Arizona? The AIA Forum was conceived after the AIA Arizona Town Hall meeting at which there was a sense and a need for a “platform” that would allow and encourage expression, discussion and rapport within the architecture community and the greater community in general.
How is it be implemented? The author(s) of the AIA Forum are AIA Arizona members or a team of individuals with an AIA Arizona member as a team lead. The author(s) of the Forum submit the publication for peer review. If there are comments, the publication is returned for editing and re-submitted. After the final review, the publication will be published via t Issuu.com. Peer reviewers are selected by the Forum Committee. The Forum Committee is the governing body of the publication.
How do I get Involved? You can become a peer reviewer or a writer!
Peer reviewer – We are looking for experts in all areas of architecture, and perhaps engineering, sustainability and construction. If you are interested in reviewing articles, please fill out the Peer Review Eligibility Form.
Writer – If you enjoy writing and/or have some articles or case studies already put together and you would like to lend your talent and findings to this publication, please fill out the Forum Author Submission Form.
Topics – If you simply would like to just suggest topics, please email Suad Mahmuljin, Assoc. AIA.
Please submit all forms to Tina Litteral, Hon. AIA, CAE.