2011 CRS Center Archive Scholar

Seven of the original 8 CRS founders

2011 CRS Center Archive Scholar

An opportunity for faculty, graduate students or post-doctoral students in architecture, engineering, business or a related discipline.

The CRS Center Archive Scholar program will reimburse expenses up to $2,500 related to research that utilizes the business records, architectural programs, articles, slides, photographs, video, audio tapes and/or personal records of the former A/E/C firm Caudill Rowlett and Scott (CRS) currently housed in the CRS Center at Texas A&M University.

Successful applicants will be assigned a work space in the Center and will be classified as a visiting scholar for the duration of their stay at the CRS Center.  For more information, please contact the CRS Center at 979-847-9357.

The selection is made by the CRS Center Board of Directors and will be announced in October.  If no proposals are deemed acceptable, the Board reserves the right to not make an award.

To apply for this award, please include the following items, to reach us no later than Friday, September 9, 2011.

1. A research proposal (maximum of 2 pages), which includes:

a) The objectives and significance of your project,
b) The methodology you intend to use,
c) The results that you expect, and
d) Your plan for disseminating these results

2. A budget for how you intend to use the stipend.

3. Your curriculum vitae (maximum one page).

4. A recommendation letter from your advisor/dean.

The application package may be mailed to:

Valerian Miranda, Ph.D.
Director, CRS Center
College of Architecture
Texas A&M University
3137 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3137

or e-mailed to:

Susie Billings, Administrative Assistant, CRS Center, sbillings@arch.tamu.edu