Brazos Valley Chapter of
the American Institute of Architects
Contact: Jennifer Bettiol, AIA - Chapter President
firstname.lastname@example.org || 979.694.1791 || 175 Century Square Drive, Suite 350, College Station, TX 77840
AIA Brazos || PO Box 115 || College Station, TX 77841-0115
The Texas Society of Architects annual conference and design expo will be virtual this year, beginning on Wednesday, October 28, and ending Friday, October 30. Please click the image above to access the event website for additional details.
This year's theme — CATALYST — has a new meaning. We have found the silver lining in "the cloud.” Texas Society of Architects' conference is now virtual, and will kick off on Wednesday, October 28 and run through Friday, October 30. With the new virtual conference platform, you will be able to participate in educational programs, tours, networking activities, and the Sponsor Showcase from your computer or mobile device
COVID-19 has changed the way we live, interact, and meet. Our main priority is the safety and well-being of our members, supplier partners, and staff. For this reason, we have proactively made the decision to reimagine our conference into the Virtual Conference + Showcase, a dynamic, interactive, virtual experience. The spirit of the event will remain intact as we continue to offer outstanding keynotes, timely breakout sessions, informative tours, engaging networking opportunities, and a fully interactive exhibit experience.
· Attend from anywhere, including the comfort of your own home
· Budget friendly and cost effective — no need to travel
· Environment friendly (a virtual event is a green event)
· Potential to earn 40+ CE hours
· Relevant, up-to-date sessions and speakers
· One-day registration options available — the virtual conference easily fits into your daily schedule
· Networking events
· Schedule one-on-one meetings with exhibitors
Founded in 1952, AIA Brazos has served and helped create great architects for over 50 years. The Chapter territory covers a large portion of central Texas, including Brazos, Burleson, Washington, Grimes, Madison, Falls, Robertson, and Milam counties of Texas. Members include professional architects, professors of architecture, architectural associates, and students of architecture in Bryan, College Station, Brenham, Navasota, and surrounding communities.
Our programs promote community involvement and support architectural eduction at all levels, from Architecture in School for elementary students, to collaborating with universities and the American Institute of Architecture Students chapter at Texas A&M University, supporting the licensure and early career development of our Emerging Professionals, and providing Continuing Education resources to our licensed members.
Charter Members of the chapter were: Arch C. Baker, William Caudill, Henry D. Mayfield Jr., William E. Nash, and Ernest Langford. Each contributed significantly to the profession of architecture, as all our members strive to do.