The Architectural Research Centers Consortium hosts one of the premier conferences on research of the built environment each year. In even-numbered years, ARCC co-hosts an international conference with our European colleagues in EAAE. In odd-numbered years, ARCC independently hosts a conference on architectural research hosted by one of our member organizations. Our next ARCC/EAAE Research Conference will be hosted by the University of Hawaii in February of 2014. This letter invites you to consider submitting a proposal to host the ARCC National Conference in Spring of 2015 or 2017
The attached document outlines the guidelines for an initial Letter of Intent. We ask for complete letters to be submitted by 5:00PM CT on Friday, June 28 to: hazem.rashedali -at- utsa.edu.
GUIDELINES FOR ARCC CONFERENCE Letters of Intent
The ARCC National Conference is designed to be a premier outlet for disseminating leading edge research regarding the built environment. It is designed to be a conference for 120-150 attendees with sessions structured to allow ample time for discussion. Additionally, it is to be a non-profit, self-supporting event, meaning that registration fees shall be inclusive of all costs associated with the conference, including cost of rentals, keynote speakers, included meals, production costs of proceedings, conference bags etc.
Letters of Intent are sought from member schools/organizations in good standing with ARCC (organizational dues are current before submitting; see website: www.arccweb.org/membership/). Non-member organizations who wish to submit a letter of intent can do so but will need to become an ARCC member by July 10, 2013 to be considered for the full proposal phase. Letters should contain the following information and be submitted in Word format (.doc) and have page numbers: