American Institute of Architecture Students at Roger Williams University

The AIAS is an independent, 501c3 non-profit and student-run organization that is more than just a club. This grassroots association is a cooperative between thousands of students in North America. The AIAS is also a professional organization that is the official voice of architecture students.
Annual FIRST YEAR Mentor/Mentee BBQ!

Annual FIRST YEAR Mentor/Mentee BBQ!

WELCOME CLASS OF 2018! Join all of your fabulous mentors and professors for an afternoon of free food, awesome music, fun games and more! Here’s your chance to become acquainted  with your peers, who will become your best friends faster than you can say Frank Lloyd Wright. Set your calendars...
Submit a Tshirt Design!

Submit a Tshirt Design!

What do you want this year’s AIAS tshirts to look like? Each October, AIAS RWU coordinates a tshirt design competition. Students submit tshirt designs, and then the community votes. The winning design will be sold with other AIAS RWU garb, and the winner receives a free one!. Submit your designs for this...
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AIAS RWU: Saving the Best Quad for Last!

AIAS RWU: Saving the Best Quad for Last!

AIAS Northeast Fall Quad Conference – October 11th-13th, 2013 at Keene State College Friday morning twelve Roger Williams University AIAS members left for the last Northeast Fall Quad Conference. RWU was the first school to arrive at Keene so they were able to meet the students of host school and also go on a campus...
Grassroots 2013: Aspire to Be Inspired

Grassroots 2013: Aspire to Be Inspired

  “An architect and a clown walk into a bar..” -not exactly something you would expect to hear at your first national leadership conference. To our surprise, this joke was among the many unexpected things the chapter leaders of the AIAS took away from the 28th annual Grassroots Leadership Conference in Alexandria, VA this past...
Apply to be Interm Chapter Vice-President

Apply to be Interm Chapter Vice-President

AIAS RWU Executive Board Vacant Position Notice 1/1/12 CHAPTER VICE-PRESIDENT Effective January 2nd 2013 the Roger Williams University chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students will be restructuring its executive board, leaving the Vice-President position vacant. This letter serves as both the notice of the vacant position as well as the application for members...
Meet Tom Barker, AIAS RWU Member of the Week 11/12/12

Meet Tom Barker, AIAS RWU Member of the Week 11/12/12

Thomas Barker, a Junior architecture major, has been named member of the week for 11/12/12 by the AIAS RWU Executive Board. Tom is an active member of the  AIAS RWU Freedom By Design Team, and is assisting with the design and construction of the stands for the planter boxes. During meetings he offers great feedback and...
Meet Brittany Reed, AIAS RWU Member of the week 7/07/14

Meet Brittany Reed, AIAS RWU Member of the week 7/07/14

Brittany Reed: AIAS RWU Member of the Week Week of 7/07/14 AIAS RWU Member since Fall 2012, AIAS RWU FBD Member Birthday: 8/21/95 Year: Junior Hometown: Rehoboth, MA Weird Fact: ”. Brittany loves Providence and would like to work to revitalize the city with much needed developments in the city upon graduation. RWU: ”Brittany loves the cultures and the...
Students Travel To NJ For Quad Conference

Students Travel To NJ For Quad Conference

This weekend, five AIAS RWU students (Brittany Reed, Danielle Camporini, David Mistretta, Megan Roscoe, and Clayton Daher) traveled to the Northeast Quad Conference at NJIT, returning tired but pleased by the experience. The team left early in the morning on Friday, and arrived at the host school, the New Jersey Institute of Science and Technology...
Meet Phil Lane, AIAS Member of the Week 10/15/12

Meet Phil Lane, AIAS Member of the Week 10/15/12

Phil Lane: AIAS RWU Member of the Week Week of 10/15/12 AIAS RWU Member since Fall 2011, Workshop Mentor, Fall 2012. Birthday: 8/26/93 Year: Sophmore Hometown: Chelmsford, MA Weird Fact: ”I got all four of my wisdom teeth removed when I was only eight years old.” Why I joined AIAS: ”I joined AIAS because I love architecture (obviously) but also...
Women's Leadership Meeting 10/20/12

Women’s Leadership Meeting 10/20/12

Join us at the Women’s Leadership Network during Homecoming Weekend. On Saturday, October 20th at 2:00 PM, the second meeting of the Women’s Leadership Network is going to take place, featuring Beverly Willis, FAIA. Widely recognized and celebrated for her design achievements, development of new technology, and her philanthropy and activism on behalf of architects, urban planning and public policy, Ms. Willis...
Mutual Influences - Session 5

Mutual Influences – Session 5

What is MI? All of the SAAHP gets together to brain storm by sharing projects, ideas, thoughts, dreams! Format? 4 minute slide-shows per presenter (can be shorter). Name of presenter and title of slide show must be on the first slide of each ppt. Slide shows will be calibrated to 4 seconds per slide. Presenters may talk...
Join today for only $23!

Join today for only $23!

The American Institute of Architecture Students is proud to announce the 2012 Spring Membership Drive! We lowered National Dues to $23 for the rest of the membership year. You will be an AIAS member from the day you join until August 31, 2012 and be eligible for a renewal discount for the 2012-2013 year! The AIAS...
Arizona Design Exelence Awards

Arizona Design Exelence Awards