Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, BArch, Architecture
The Schiff Fellowship was founded in 1988 with a generous endowment from Harold Schiff for the purpose of supporting young architects. The fellowship, first granted in 1989 and administered by the Department of Architecture of the Art Institute, is given annually to one student from either the University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, or The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The winning student's portfolio becomes part of the permanent collection of architectural drawings housed within the Ernest R. Graham Study Center for Architectural Drawings.
2011 AIA Chicago Foundation Benn-Johnck Student Award, Honorable Mention
The Benn Johnck Student Award was established in 1982 by William Benn, AIA, as a lasting tribute to his business partner, Frederick Johnck, AIA. Select architecture schools (Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Washington University) are invited to participate and to select up to 5 students to enter the competition. The students' entries are school projects with varying topics that the students complete and submit at the end of their spring semester.