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Get Involved

There are many ways for architecture students to get involved in the profession beyond the classroom. One way is to be come a participating member of the students groups on campus: Amer­i­can Insti­tute of Archi­tec­ture Stu­dents (AIAS); Freedom by Design (FDB); and the Student Advisory Board (SAB).

Amer­i­can Insti­tute of Archi­tec­ture Stu­dents is open to all archi­tec­ture stu­dents who are encour­aged to par­tic­i­pate in its many activities. AIAS organizes field trips to local firms, arranges portfolio reviews, and holds software tutorials for any students interested in participating.

2013-14 AIAS Officers
C. Anne Crain,  Pres­i­dent
Leah Solomon, Vice President
Karen Hilario, Secretary
Lama Bitar, Treasure
Jad Ismail, Public Relations

Freedom by Design, the AIAS community service program, utilizes the talents of architecture students to radically impact the lives of people in their community through modest design and construction solutions. Vital modifications are made to enhance the homes of low-income and disabled individuals by addressing their struggles with everyday tasks such as bathing, ascending stairs and opening doors. Our priority is improving the safety, comfort and dignity of the home’s occupants.

2013-14 FBD Officer
Nick Guertin, Team Captain

Student Advisory Board of the School of Architecture is made up of one representative from each class. SAB is charged with communicating student concerns to the administration of the school and the college. The group meets in the studio and is open to all students of the school.

2013-14 Representatives
Call for members: Are you interested in representing your class year or nominating someone? If so, send an email to architecture@neu.edu by 9/30/13. In the event that we have several nominees for a specific class year, we will hold an election.

For more information: https://camd.northeastern.edu/architecture/academics/resources/student-life/