Texas Architect Jan/Feb 2012: Education
Along with the new graphic elements, thisedition inaugurates a few new editorial features.First, there is “Profile,” which will take readerson a virtual visit with an architect, either athome or in the studio or some other location.Beginning on page 67 in this edition, it’s on thejobsite with Candid Rogers, AIA, who practicesin San Antonio. Second, the results of chapterdesign award programs have been separatedfrom the news pages in favor of a new sectiondepartment called “Recognition” that starts onpage 18. Third, and this is a more global change,there will be a greater emphasis placed on individualarchitects and other allied professionals.The close-up of Frank Welch, FAIA, out front ofthis edition denotes that new direction. However, photos of architecture will not completely disappear from Texas Architect’s cover.
Marketplace Trends of the Trade Austin’s CAD Learning Center Texan Inaugurated as AIA President @ Austin Community College REVIT CIVIL 3D AUTOCAD (512) 223-4900 austincc.edu/learncad firstname.lastname@example.org Design & BIM by David Naumann Jeffery Potter, FAIA, serves as the 88th president of the American Institute of Architects. Jeffery Potter, FAIA, vice president of POTTER Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning, was inaugurated as the 88th president of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) during ceremonies held Dec. 9 at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. He succeeds Clark D. Manus, FAIA, in representing the more than 76,000 AIA members. “My primary goal as president is to ensure that the AIA speaks more powerfully for the profession,” Potter said recently. “Communication to our members, to policy makers and to the public at large is essential to the health and relevance of architecture. Another key priority I have for the Institute is to help address the challenges of emerging professionals so that we can develop, mentor and retain young and aspiring architects so that our organization and the profession at large can thrive well into the future.” AIA career as president of the AIA Northeast Texas chapter in 1998. He was president of the Texas Society of Architects (2004) and has been a long-time leader of and contributor to Texas Architect. As a member of the national board of directors (2006-2009), Potter served on the AIA Board Advocacy Committee, Secretary‘s Advisory Committee, and was the 2008 chair of the AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education Jury. Potter is a graduate of the College of Architecture of Texas A&M University (MArch). He was president of the Professional Leadership Board of the Department of Architecture from 20002003. In 2009, Potter and his wife Shelley, a landscape architect, were the first-ever husband and wife to be named Outstanding Alumni of the College of Architecture. Potter began his WRIGHTSON, JOHNSON, HADDON & WILLIAMS, INC. John Kimpton Business Development René GaRza senioR associate 4801 Spring Valley road Suite 113 dallas, tX 75244 v: 972.934.3700 f: 972.934.3720 e: email@example.com i: www.wjhw.com Sound SyStemS | Audio ViSuAl | Video & Scoring diSplAyS | BroAdcASt proViSionS & Video production | AcouSticS & noiSe control | theAtre plAnning | lighting & rigging | diStriButed tV & SAtellite | Video SurVeillAnce & AcceSS control | tel/dAtA Structured cABling 76 Texas Architect 1/2 2012