A’18 MN – The Conference on Architecture
November 13, 14, 15, 16

Minneapolis Convention Center

Continuing Education

AIA Minnesota is offering Continuing Education credit for programs at the Conference. All credits listed are pending AIA approval. According to our review, Conference programs marked as HSW and the two programs marked for ethics will be accepted for Minnesota’s CE requirement for licensing. Take advantage of this economical and efficient way to get the credits you need for your AIA and State of Minnesota licensing CE requirements, as well as those to maintain your LEED accreditation. Online recording of your attendance is encouraged. Paper verification forms will be available at the Conference Registration Desk. 

USGBC Minnesota / GBCI Credits

We are once again partnering with USGBC Minnesota to bring seven programs that, pending approval, will provide not only AIA LU hours, but also GBCI credit hours. 

T1. The Road to WELL, Pain-Free!
T9. Designing to Maximize Daylighting & Views for Occupant Well-Being
W24. Natural Stone: The Original Sustainable Material
W28. Cunningham Group Architecture, Inc. WELL Building Tour
W31. Architecture + Lighting Design Synergy
TH43. Demystifying the AIA 2030 Commitment
TH48. Designing for the Midwest Future: Integrating Resiliency and SB 2030
TH52. Professional Lighting Analysis for Architects

Ethics Credits
Minnesota licensing now requires at least two of the 24 professional development credit hours be for programs addressing professional ethics. 

W16. Ethics in Ethically Challenging Times 
TH38. The Ethics of Exploring Culture and Identity

Conference Programs Committee

Much respect, appreciation, and applause goes to the eleven AIA Minnesota members who serve on our Conference Programs Committee. They meet weekly from March through August, organizing programming for one of the best architecture conferences in the country! 

Co-chairs
Catherine Britt, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Cunningham Group Architecture, Inc.
James Gaspar, Assoc. AIA, U+B Architecture & Design
Jim Butler, AIA, LEED AP, RSP Architects
John Dwyer, AIA, Dunwoody College of Technology
and Dwyer Oglesbay Architects
Daniel Green, AIA, Miller Dunwiddie Architecture
Michael Kisch, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, UMN Capital Planning
and Project Management
Stephen Knowles, AIA, AECOM
Danyelle Pierquet, PLA, ISG
Jonathan Strand, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Sarah St. Louis, Assoc. AIA, Peterssen/Keller Architecture
Rachel Usher, AIA, LEED AP, RSP Architects 

 

 

Questions

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