college of architecture + designstudent organizations

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American Institute Of Architecture Students

The American Institute Of Architecture Students is a student-based organization open to anyone interested in architecture and/or community service. The goal of the group is to establish a strong Lawrence Tech design community through mentoring, service and leadership. The AIAS strives to bridge the gap between school and the professional world by providing networking opportunities with architects throughout the Metro-Detroit area.

Advisor Info: Jim Stevens, jstevens@ltu.edu, 248.204.2854
Website: http://aias.org

 

AIGA

American Institute Of Graphic Artists

The AIGA is the professional association for design. This Lawrence Technological University student organization is your connection to the student graphic designers on campus. It is also a great opportunity to network with other as professionals and as organizations.

Advisor Info: Lilian Crum, lcrum@ltu.edu  248.204.2862
Website: http://www.aiga.org

 

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American Society of Heating, Refrigerating,
and Air-Conditioning Engineers

ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is an international organization of some 50,000 persons. ASHRAE fulfills its mission of advancing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education.

Faculty Advisor: Prof. Janice K. Means  248.204.2852
Website: https://www.ashrae.org

 

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Interior Architecture Student Organization

The purpose of the IASO is to gain access to the latest design developments, network with peers and professionals and become a member of the professional interiors organizations (American Society of Interior Designers - ASID; International Interior Design Association - IIDA; Coalition for Interior Design Registration - CIDR)

Faculty Advisor: Karen Swanson, kswanson@ltu.edu 248.204.2874

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National Organization Of Minority Architecture Students

NOMAS, which thrives only when voluntary members contribute their time and resources, has as its mission the building of a strong national organization, strong chapters and strong members for the purpose of minimizing the effect of racism in out profession.

Faculty Advisor: Kenneth Crutcher, crutcherk@crutcherstudio.com  248.204.2813
Websitehttp://www.noma.net/

 

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Tau Sigma Delta: The Honor Society For Architecture And The Allied Disciplines

Tau Sigma Delta is the only nationally recognized honor society in the field of architecture, landscape architecture & the allied arts.

Faculty Advisor: Dierdre Hennebury, dhennebur@ltu.edu 248.204.2871