AIET

AcronymDefinition
AIETAlva's Institute of Engineering and Technology (India)
AIETAlexandria Higher Institute of Engineering and Technology (Egypt)
AIETAutologous Immune Enhancement Therapy
AIETAssociazione Installatori Elettricisti Ticinesi (Swiss electrical technicians' organization)
AIETAustralian Institute of Education and Training
AIETAssociazione Italiana Emergenza Territoriale (Italian: Italian Association of Territorial Emergency)
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The number of students taking admission in AIET is increasing every year and the success rate of students in academics is also going higher with every passing year.
In addition to these two scholarships, the AIET offers additional scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students, which are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and is intended to help students majoring in real estate appraisal, land economics, real estate or allied fields at a university or community college in the United States.
For information on the AIET scholarships, contact coordinator Sylvia Davila at sdavila@appraisalinstitute.org or 312-335-4129.
AIET Minorities and Women Appraisal Institute Designation Scholarship
AIET Graduate Scholarship Richard Arechavaleta University of Southern California Joseph Blazejack Florida International University Michelle Brooke University of Florida Lori Windorski University of Utah AIET Undergraduate Scholarship Christopher McCook Arizona State University
The AIET Armstrong/Kahn Award is presented by the Editorial Board for the most outstanding original article published in The Appraisal Journal during the previous year.
The Editorial Board presents the AIET Swango Award to the best article published in the previous year on a residential, general, or technology-related topic or for original research of benefit to real estate analysts and valuers; the article must be written by an appraisal practitioner.
Schuhmann, PhD, are the winners of the 2009 AIET Academic Article Award and a $1000 honorarium for their article, "Home-Buyer Sentiment and Hurricane Landfalls," published in the Fall 2009 issue of The Appraisal Journal.
The Appraisal Institute Education Trust (AIET), a not-for-profit charitable organization, was created to further our members' philanthropic mission to promote, support, and advance the appraisal profession.
The Appraisal Institute Education Trust (AIET) was founded in 1951 as a nonprofit charitable organization for charitable, literary, educational, and scientific purposes.