Oct 15

Architecture Club Meeting Minutes – October 9, 2014

Hey everybody!

So, I have lost my minutes from last Thursday’s meeting. I’m sincerely sorry, and it will not happen again. However, I remember most of what we talked about, so HERE GOES:
We have gotten approval for Saturday’s event! WHOO HOOOOOO! For those who don’t know, it will be our yardsale & corn hole tournament. First prize will be a $50 sheetz gas card, second and third prize will each be $25 restaurant gift card, and everyone who purchases a ticket will receive a chick-fil-a gift card. The yardsale will begin set up at 6 am (don’t worry guys, coffee and donuts will be provided) We will be open for customers at 7am. Corn hole will begin at 1130am. Each member who sells 10 tickets (for $10 each) will receive FREE ENTRY TO THE TOURNAMENT. If you haven’t received any tickets to sell, and you’d like to, please respond and I will make sure they get to you.

We need people to participate in the pricing on Friday at 4:00pm. The more people we have, the faster we can get through it.

A BIG THANK YOU to Matt, Crystal, Trashanna, Patricia, Michael F., and Juan for joining me at Habitat for Humanity this past weekend.
Another BIG THANK YOU to Susan, Jessica (WTAC Alumni) and Michael J. for joining me at the AIA Triangle Residential Tour.
Both of these events were a wonderful time and we learned a lot.

ATTIRE TO INSPIRE is being held tomorrow, 10/15 in the Student Services Building. They will have several resources for those of you job hunting and planning for internships in the summer and information about professional preparedness.

I didn’t hear from anyone about a firm you would like to tour, and I only got one person that said they would be interested. If there is more interest, I will gladly do what I can to make it happen, but I would like to know that you are interested in participating and learning. Keep me posted, friends!

I would love to hear more from you guys about what you are interested in and what you would like some tutoring sessions about.
 
Sep 22

Architecture Club September 18, 2014 Meeting Minutes

9.18.2014 |MINUTES

Meeting date | time 9/18/2014 12:00 AM | Meeting location ETB 219

Meeting called by

STEVE

Type of meeting

GENERAL

Facilitator

STEVE

Note taker

BROOKE
AttendeesCALL TO ORDER 12:15

Agenda topics

Time allotted | 5m | Agenda topic APPROVAL OF MINUTES | Presenter BROOKE

MOTION TO APPROVE: TREY, SECOND: MATT

Time allotted | 10M | Agenda topic AIA | Presenter STEVE

Paperwork has been submitted to wake tech for approval to become an AIAS chapter. We hope to hear back in the next few weeks. AIA Triangle is hosting their annual residential tour on OCT 11. Our club should have a significant volunteer presence. Mr. Jefferson is Co-Chair of the planning committee and has made this opportunity available to us. Houses are located in Carrboro, Durham and Raleigh. There are 2 shifts, 830A-130P & 120P-630P. THERE WILL BE A VOLUNTEER MEETING 9.23 6-7P. (The Center for Architecture and Design. (14 East Peace Street, Raleigh, NC 27604). It will be a networking opportunity and a great time to learn about some local architecture.

Time allotted | 10min | Agenda topic Yardsale & Cornhole | Presenter Steve

We need volunteers for the planning committee for the fundraising event. These people will be in charge of making sure there are items to sell at the yardsale, setting up prices for tickets, figuring out what lunch will be provided, etc. So far on the committee is Trey, Mike J., and Katelynn.

Time allotted | 10min | Agenda topic Habitat for Humanity | Presenter Matt

HABITAT – Deconstruction is also part of what Habitat does. Matt will look into alternative days for those who can’t make a Saturday time slot. Oct. 11 is our next opportunity to participate in H4H, so what some people plan on doing is H4H in the morning, and AIAT in the afternoon. Please express interest to myself or another officer if you want to be involved and would like to car-pool.

 

Meeting Closed: 12:55pm

Sep 17

Architecture Club Meeting Minutes – September 4, 2014

SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 |MINUTES

Meeting date | time 9/4/2014 12:00 PM | Meeting location ETB 219

Meeting called by

STEVE GRUBER

Type of meeting

INITIAL INFORMATION

Note taker

BROOKE GRAYSON
    Meeting Start Time: 12:08p

Meeting Concluded: 12:57p

Agenda topics

Time allotted | 15 MINUTES | Agenda topic INTRO | Presenter OFFICERS

INTRODUCING OURSELVES, HOW WE ARE GOING TO COMMUNICATE (EMAIL, PHONE NUMBER, BLOG)

PREVIOUS MEETING MINUTES APPROVED (APRIL 2014)

TUTORING – TIMES AND DAYS ARE FLEXIBLE

WE LIKE BIG OR LITTLE TRIPS – LAST YEAR NYC – NEXT COULD BE SOMETHING WITHIN A FEW STATES.

BROOKE & MATT TALK ABOUT NYC AND HOW IT INFLUENCED AND HELPED US.

LET US KNOW IF THERE IS ANYTHING WE CAN DO FOR YOU GUYS. WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU.

Time allotted | 5 MINUTES | Agenda topic BOWLING SOCIAL EVENT | Presenter BROOKE

BOWLING EVENT WILL BE SEPTEMBER 19, 2014. FIRST 5 NEW-MEMBERS GET IN FOR $5. YOU MAY PAY $5 MEMBERSHIP FEE BEFORE OR AT EVENT TO BE ELIGIBLE.

Time allotted | 15 MINUTES | Agenda topic VOLUNTEERISM | Presenter MATT & MRJEFFERSON

VOLUNTEERISM- HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 9/13/14, 8AM-330PM.

CANSTRUCTION – 5 LOCATIONS & 2 DIFFERENT SHIFTS. LET MR. JEFFERSON KNOW TODAY, PLEASE.

SNACKS & FACTS – WE ARE HAVING LIFE SIZE JENGA, SCALED MODELS, CORNHOLE. PLEASE LET ONE OF US KNOW IF YOU’D LIKE TO SIGN UP FOR A SHIFT

Time allotted | 5 MINUTES | Agenda topic SGA | Presenter STEVE

SGA – NEW ID’S IN SPRING. IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN BEING SGA REP FOR THE CLUB, THINK ABOUT IT AND LET US KNOW LATER

Time allotted | 10 minutes | Agenda topic SPARKcon | Presenter MR. JEFFERSON

AIA TRIANGLE IS HOSTING SPARKCON. THIS IS YOUR YEAR TO ATTEND AND PARTICIPATE. IT IS A MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL. CALL IT FILMSPARK, DESIGNSPARK, MUSICSPARK, ETC. YAF IS OFFERING MEMORY MAP EXERCISE (COOL!). WAKE TECH DOES A LOT AND WE WANT TO GET OUR NAME OUT THERE! AND THESE THINGS ARE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR THAT. 9/13/14 THERE WILL BE A TENT YOU CAN VOLUNTEER IN.

 

     
     

Time allotted | 10 MINUTES | Agenda topic AIAS | Presenter MR. JEFFERSON

GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR NETWORKING WITH ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS AROUND THE NATION. WE ARE WORKING ON BECOMING A CHAPTER. AIA TRIANGLE HAS OFFERED TO SUBSIDIZE 37 OF THE $47 FEE. THERE MUST BE 11 MEMBERS TO BE AN ACTIVE CHAPTER. NC STATE IS EXCITED FOR US TO BE A LOCAL CHAPTER. YOUR HOURS WITH AIA COUNT TOWARDS YOUR LICENSURE HOURS.

Conclusion ONE OF THE GREAT THINGS ABOUT THE CLUB IS LOYAL FRIENDS.

Jan 17

January 15, 2014 Minutes

Meeting started at 12:10

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

New York

-$207 and rising for cost of flight

-Club covers airline costs and 1 bag

-Approx. $30 per bag

-Hotels $209 a night

+3 plus nights together gets -20%

-$10 per person for cab

-Trip interest sheet distributed

-Tour 1-2 architectural firms

-Boat around Manhattan

 

Buffet Dinner

-$16 per ticket

-30% back for 50 people and 40% back for 75 people

-21st is deadline to purchase tickets

-25th is the day of the event

 

Corn Hole Tournament

-Ticket price under review

-Discount for board

-Lunch included

 

Review of details for Movie/Game night

 

Theory Forum

-Learn about Triangle architecture from architects

 

Meeting adjourned at 12:55

Jan 15

Spring Break New York Trip Hotel

Here is a link to our upcoming New York Trip Hotel.  As we plan for the trip, these are the accommodations that we are looking into:

http://www.expedia.com/New-York-Hotels-Amsterdam-Court-Hotel.h28599.Hotel-Information?chkin=03%2F17%2F2014&chkout=03%2F21%2F2014&rm1=a2&rm2=a2&rm3=a2&hwrqCacheKey=e67e4848-f21c-4d43-89ba-17bea218ee04HWRQ1389200966550&c=b243103d-8710-4f28-9a42-971057cde708&