Oct 21, 2015  
Conference Update
2016 NOMA Conference
44th Annual NOMA Conference
 
Feb 15, 2016  
Featured Project
Meharry Medical College
The Cal Turner Center for Student Education
 
Dec 31, 2015  
Recognition
Steven Lewis, 2016 Whitney Young Jr. Award Recipient
NOMA Past President, Steven Lewis
 
Aug 17, 2016  
Featured News
African-American Architects: The Numbers 2015
Annual quantitative analysis of licensed African-American Architects
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NOMA Project Pipeline Camps Available
The National Organization of Minority Architects is committed to introducing minority youth to architecture as a career choice.  Read more


Call for Seminar Proposals
Submit a proposal to present at this year's NOMA Conference.  Read more


2016 Professional Design Awards Guidelines announced
Read more to see how to submit a project for recognition. Read more
 

Trailblazing Architect Howard Sims passes

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Save the Dates for the NOMA 2016 Conference - Oct 12th-15th
The 44th Annual NOMA Conference will be hosted by the Southern California Chapter.  Read more





NOMA Members  Bates, Bouza and Lewis elevated to AIA Fellowship

NOMA congratulations Williams Bates, FAIA, Steven Lewis, FAIA, and Barbara Bouza, FAIA for being elected to Fellowship and their ongoing leadership in the industry.  Read more
 

Courses in Manhood for African-American Boys

by Patricia Leigh Brown Feb. 4, 2016 - Reprinted from The New York Times



NOMA Member Named AIA's 2016 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award Recipient


Congratulations to Steven Lewis, NOMA President 2009-2010!  Read more

 
 

Directory of African American Architects hits 2000!
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2016 Student Design Competition Program Brief released
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NOMA Career Center 

We are pleased and very excited to announce the launch of our newly-designed, and feature-rich, NOMA Career Center, catering specifically, to job seekers and employers in the architectural community. To access the Career Center, please go to this link or click the "Opportunities" (soon-to-be renamed, "Career Center") link at the top of the page.

The Career Center will serve as a meeting place for both future employees and future employers. Please go to the Career Center site, post your resume and create a profile. Read more