Jennifer Ly wins 2017 Rotch Travelling Scholarship
Jennifer Ly, a designer at Foster + Partners, was recently announced as the lucky winner of the 2016-17 Rotch Travelling Scholarship. Founded in 1883 in honor of Benjamin Smith Rotch, it allows the recipient to travel for at least 6 months studying architecture. Starting with 110 entrants in... View full entry
Norman Foster and RIBA announce 2017 "survival of cities" traveling scholarship
For the tenth year in a row, RIBA and Norman Foster are offering a traveling scholarship in the form of €7,000 (an increase over last year's €6,000) to the destination of the winning student's choice. Students can't enter directly: RIBA and CAA validated schools are allowed to submit only one... View full entry
University of Kansas alumnus launches architecture scholarship for students from rural areas
[University of Kansas alumnus + architect Michael Cummings] and his wife have donated $1.6 million to establish the Michael A. Cummings Scholarship for architecture students at KU, with a preference for those from rural communities...'I’m hoping this scholarship will help some people who will have a similar experience to what I have had, which is to find a career that wasn’t on their radar and from there to end up with a wonderful and fulfilling career.'
Read the University of Kansas' full press statement here.More on Archinect:2015 NCARB Awardees to implement new curricula "to expand and reposition practice"Encroaching on the green belt: UK loosens protections on rural landSuicide rates are higher in rural areas than in cities, but why?Hello... View full entry
IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION PRIZE: Win a scholarship & much more!
This post is brought to you by IE School of Architecture & Design:New models are emerging, redefining how we work, shop or learn in different environments that impact our everyday lives. IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION Prize is a challenge for young architects and designers worldwide that are able to... View full entry
Rotch Scholar Christopher Karlson publishes yearlong research on European performing arts-based architecture
After Christopher Karlson won the coveted Rotch Travelling Scholarship in 2011, he was required to document his research as images, drawings, and text to be submitted as a compilation report to the Rotch Trustees. Now, that report is finally available to the public as a print-on-demand book.The... View full entry
IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION COMPETITION now open for applications
This post is brought to you by IE School of Architecture & Design:IE School of Architecture and Design announces IE SPACES FOR INNOVATION Prize for young architects and designers worldwide, seeking to attract top architecture and design talents to invite them to take part in the IE Master in... View full entry
Apply now to win the $10,000 Vectorworks Design Scholarship
Mark your calendars and apply by July 30th for a chance to win the $10,000 Vectorworks Design Scholarship! The program invites students across all design disciplines to submit their best work, created in any software program, and answer a few short questions to be considered for cash prizes and... View full entry
20 Scholarships for AA BILBAO Visiting School: COMPUTING TOPOS III 2014
The AA Visiting School is a worldwide network of design workshops and other programs organized by the Architectural Association School of Architecture. The event will take place in Bilbao from July 23rd to August 5th, focusing on new lectures over territorial macro and micro scales.We have... View full entry
Apply now for the $10K ZGF Scholarship
Listen up, architecture students: the Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architectural Scholarship Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation is now receiving applications again for the annual $10K ZGF Scholarship. Read on for a brief overview:ZGF is a nationally recognized architecture, planning, and interior... View full entry
Amber Long, young Philadelphia architect, killed in attempted robbery
Archinect is shocked and saddened to report the death of Philadelphia architect Amber Long, a recent Philadelphia University graduate working for U.S. Construction Inc. Long was shot and killed this past Sunday night, the victim of an attempted robbery while walking home with her mother. She was... View full entry
Apply for the ZGF Scholarship Fund for a chance to win $10k
In place since 2004, the Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architectural Scholarship Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation is intended to recognize and foster students who have a demonstrated talent and passion for architecture. $10,000 will be awarded to one scholarship recipient; a currently enrolled... View full entry
Robert Alexander Wins 2013 Rotch Travelling Scholarship
Robert K. Alexander of San Pedro, California, an adjunct faculty member of the architecture department at California State Polytechnic Institute University, Pomona’s College of Environmental Design, has been named the 2013 Rotch Travelling Scholarship recipient. Alexander will receive a $37,000 stipend to spend eight months traveling and studying architecture around the world.
SNØHETTA establishes endowed scholarship for undergraduates at UTSOA
"Scholarship allows for creativity in the midst of judgment and therefore we hope to honor the thrill of seeking with this gift." say Dykers and Molinar. "Willingness to expand the traditional definitions of architecture in order to pursue the tangential, with the goal of influencing one's architectural studies and future careers should be rewarded. With this scholarship, we honor the heritage of independent thinking at the UT Austin School of Architecture that so greatly influenced us."
The Snøhetta Endowed Scholarship in Architecture, established by Craig Dykers and Elaine Molinar, will make its first award to a student recipient in fall 2012. View full entry
Pratt Institute Student Wins 2012 Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship
Tina Uznanski, a student in the interior design program at the Pratt Institute, has recently been announced as winner of the 2012 Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship competition. Along with this award, Tina will receive an academic scholarship and a summer 2012 internship with Gensler’s London office.