Mar 27, 2021 – Sep 03, 2021
Rotch Travelling Scholarship 2021
The Rotch Travelling Scholarship is an annual two-stage design competition that results in one person, deemed the Rotch Scholar, traveling the world for at least six months studying architecture. In the first stage of the selection process, a weekend-long preliminary design competition is held. Finalists from this competition go on to compete in the second stage, a 10-day competition culminating in a design presentation to a distinguished jury in Boston.
The Wagdy Wall
In the 1990s, Wagdy Anis developed a high-performance wall section known among his colleagues as the Wagdy Wall. For the past two decades, versions of this wall have been implemented successfully throughout the design and construction industry. Join us September 22–23 for the Wagdy Anis Symposium on Building Science, a two-day hybrid symposium in celebration of recent innovations across the building enclosure field.
Virtual Learning Expands BSA Kindergarten Program
Over the last four years, the BSA has partnered with Boston Public Schools’ Early Childhood Learning department to help teachers bring their “Construction” unit to life. In this unit, students learn from visiting architects about how cities are built and how different professions come together to create the built environment.
Support Our Nation's Infrastructure
Now is the time for the Biden Administration and Congress to address America's aging building infrastructure. Let your member of Congress know—AIA supports federal investment in our aging building infrastructure and needs bipartisan solutions to address those critical needs.
Related BSA Knowledge Communities
- Access Committee
- AIA Massachusetts Government Affairs Committee
- Building Enclosure Council
- Committee on the Environment (COTE)
- Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet)
- Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Network
- Firm Principals Roundtable
- Open Architecture Collaborative Boston
- Passive House Massachusetts
- Placemaking Network
- Urban Design Committee
- Women in Design (WiD)
- Women Principals Group