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The American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education (CAE) connects architects and allied professionals interested in designing, building and using superior educational, cultural, and recreational facilities that meet the needs of students of all ages. AIA CAE members educate the public about the value of quality education design.

Join the Committee on Architecture for Education by updating your AIA member profile.

Call for AIA Contract Documents Case Studies
The AIA Contract Documents team is gathering case studies from current customers and our industry colleagues on how AIA Contract Documents were used in the successful completion of a design and construction project.
AIA Contract Documents Case Study Initiative

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Society for College and University Planning
(SCUP) provides knowledge and resources on integrated planning for higher education, with a particular focus on academic, fiscal, resource, facilities and infrastructural planning.

Building on The New York Times’ decades of active involvement in education, The New York Times Knowledge Network offers a wide range of distinctive adult and continuing education opportunities, including online courses, programs and Webcasts. Some of our programs are offered directly by The Times, while others are presented in collaboration with universities, colleges and other educational institutions.

CAE Educational Facility Design Awards Program
The AIA-CAE Educational Facility Design Awards Program is an Internet-based marketplace of ideas. Through this forum the committee will disseminate quality ideas on educational facility planning and design to clients, architects, and the public. Submissions were due March 2010.

Archive: 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009

A Special Thanks from CAE
The AIA Committee on Architecture for Education would like to thank the following people for their hard work and participation in the 2009 CAE Fall Conference Legacy Event.

Conference Chair: Peter C. Lippman, Assoc. AIA, REFP for his vision and development of the legacy event.

Volunteers: Crystal Gosine - Swanke Hayden Connel Architects Executive Schools; Ileana LaFontaine - Freelance Designer and Marketing Consultant; Jean Jacques - VP Sales Continental Lighting; Jomo Charles - New York City School Construction Authority; Nelson Vega - RKT&B Architects; Ryan Clarke - AIA liaison for LMNOP

For their participation in the panel and serving as mentors to the design school students.

CAE Trends Reports
Research conducted by the committee, including interviews and results from the past several year’s CAE Design Awards recipients, is featured here in a resource designed to provide members with support for including some of the most effective and innovative educational design trends in their work.

Building That Teach
| Buildings In Context |
Environmental Sustainability
| Innovation |
Layers of Connection
| Multiple Uses |
Social and Cultural Significance

The Community Within
| Innovative Strategies |
Community Partnerships
| Learning Spaces | Sustainability

CAE Update
Read the latest letter from the chair and view the archives from 2010: January | February

Read the latest letter from the chair and view the archives from 2009: March | April | May | June | July | October | November | December


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