November 7, 2022 / Member News

AIA Baltimore presents “CEU Crunch Week”

Facing a time crunch to fulfill your continuing education requirement? Want to get ahead before the holiday season? AIA Baltimore has organized a week full of opportunities, November 15-21.

All events and registrations are listed below. More opportunities may become available for CEU Crunch Week, so check back periodically!

Questions? Email Katherine Somerville, Education & Outreach Manager.


FREE | November 15, 2022
Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Health & Design
1.0 AIA Credited LU | HSW, 1.O PDH LACES

Main Atrium, Morgan State University
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Join students and local professionals in a conversation about the specialty of Health Care Design for three disciplinary perspectives: Architecture, Interior Design and Digital Visualization.

Three speakers from CRGA Design will explain the unique disciplinary featured of each of their professional roles, as well as the educational backgrounds that led to their success.

There is no pre-registration for this event. See more information, here.


FREE | November 15, 2022
AIA Seminar + Happy Hour: Basics of Brickwork Detailing [Baltimore]

1.0 AIA Credited LU | HSW
Brickworks Design Studio, Baltimore
AIA Seminar 4:00 – 5:00 PM, Wine Tasting Happy Hour 5:00 – 6:30 PM

Open to architectural, design and building industry professionals only.

Water penetration is responsible for many of the problems encountered in masonry walls today. The successful performance of a masonry wall depends on limiting the amount of water penetration and controlling any water that does enter the wall system. Water penetration resistance and control in brick veneer is the focus of this presentation.



FREE | November 16, 2022
Designing Flexible Interiors with Sliding Doors & Moveable Walls
1.0 AIA Credited LU | HSW
Webinar (Online Event)
4:00 – 5:00 PM

An exclusive HSW CEU for AIA Baltimore with founder and CEO of RAYDOOR. Luke Siegel will be sharing his perspective and knowledge from over 20 years in the design and architecture space. This AIA accredited HSW designated CE course will cover the range of Sliding Door and Movable Wall typologies, their suitability, their specification process, and how they can enhance wellness.



NEW! FREE | November 16, 2022
Historic Belvedere Tour
1.0 LU | HSW Pending AIA Approval
The Belvedere Hotel
5:00 – 6:00 PM

The Belvedere Hotel is a Beaux Arts-style building in Baltimore, Maryland. Designed by the Boston architectural firm of Parker and Thomas and built-in 1902–1903, the Belvedere is a Baltimore City Landmark. Over the years the hotel has been converted into a multi-family residential condominium. The structure has suffered and has resulted in life safety issues. This tour is to provide continuity to façade repair programs in cities that do not have a façade ordinance and to review ways of establishing inspections and stabilization programs while in the design phase. – LIMITED CAPACITY



FREE | November 17, 2022
ASLA Maryland Lunchtime Learning Series: Designed to Protect
1.0 AIA Credited LU | HSW, 1.0 PDH LACES
Hybrid (Online or in-person at the Center for Architecture & Design)
12:00 – 1:00 PM

Site security is a major concern in today’s unpredictable world. Public spaces and facilities are susceptible to accidental as well as deliberate vehicle infringement. Although design professionals must now be increasingly sensitive to site safety and security, these requirements also provide opportunities enhance the design and functionality of a space.

This course covers the essentials of selecting security bollards that provide adequate protection while adding exceptional aesthetic value to a project.



November 21, 2022
FREE for Emerging Professionals & Students | $10 Members | $20 Non-Members
The Impact of Biophilic Design on Student Success
1.0 AIA Credited LU | HSW
The Center for Architecture & Design
6:00 – 7:30 PM

Jim Determan, FAIA, principal of Craig Gaulden Davis and Bill Browning, partner and founder of Terrapin Bright Green present the impact of biophilic learning spaces on student success.

Come be inspired by a team of architects, scientists and educators who have published ground-breaking research on the effect of biophilic design on student health and learning at a Baltimore City Middle School.