Beth Lundell Garver
Education: Bachelor of Architecture, Auburn University
Bachelor of Interior Architecture, Auburn University
Master of Architecture in Urban Design, Harvard University
Position: Faculty Advisor
Hometown: Auburn, Alabama
Fun fact: I played the saxophone way back when.
Why AIAS: AIAS is the future of the architecture profession; you will determine how architecture is valued in the eyes of the public and improves lives world-wide.
Major: M. Arch 4th semester this coming fall.
Position in chapter: Chapter President
Hometown: Dayton, OH
Fun fact: I model a little lol
Why is AIAS important to you: This AIAS is an opportunity to make an impact while in school, and fosters an environment to surround you with like-minded leaders in the discipline of Architecture, while growing professionally in practice.
Major: B. Arch 3rd semester this coming fall.
Position in chapter: VP of Student Affairs
Hometown: Easton, Pennsylvania
Fun fact: I make YouTube videos!
Why is AIAS important to you: The endless collaboration and networking opportunities! One can discover their own voice, and be able to give back to both their school and the community!
Position in chapter: Secretary/Event Chair
Hometown: Naples, Florida
Fun fact: I was born in Sweden!
Why is AIAS important to you: I would like to be closer to the professional field of architecture and develop lasting relationships with group members and others involved with AIA and AIAS.
Position: Treasurer/Marketing chair
Program: B.Arch, 6th semester
Hometown: Brighton, MA
Fun fact: Love dancing
Why is AIAS so important to me: it would allow me to connect with more individuals in the field and build a strong network, as well as gain an understanding as to how the AIA works.
Contact Information for AIAS:
National website: aias.org