Robert Ivy’s Lifetime Achievement Award

September 2, 2018
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Robert Ivy, the Executive Vice President and CEO of the American Institute of Architects, is an American Architect and Journalist. Ivy became Vice President in 2011. Robert Ivy attended Sewanee: The University of the South, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Following this, Ivy was accepted into an architectural program at Tulane University.

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Why Robert Ivy was Conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award

August 7, 2018
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Employee recognition is an informal as well as a formal model of acknowledging a person’s contribution to the development of an organization or a discipline. Like illustrated by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters, human resources recognition is a fundamental aspect in life. Therefore, the department has decided to award The American Institute of

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American Institute of Architects

January 18, 2018
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American Institute of Architects was formed with an aim of bringing professional architects together. The body started as a small group that built it from scratch in 1987 drafting bylaws and procedures that governs the body to date. It has grown in membership with over 90,000 members joining and contributing at various capacities towards its

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Why The American Institute Of Architects Was Established

November 3, 2017
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The American Institute of Architects is a very old professional organization, having been founded in 1857 in New York City. Now found in Washington D.C., this organization helps its community of architects in a variety of ways. This includes government advocacy for this profession, education, public outreach, and community redevelopment. It also works with other

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