2014 Connecticut Architecture Foundation Scholarships


2014 Connecticut Architecture Foundation Scholarships
Scholarship Deadline - Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Connecticut Architecture Foundation Inc. was established by the Connecticut Chapter of The American Institute of Architects in 1978. This organization’s mission is to raise the public awareness of, and expectations for, Architecture and the built environment. The CAF accomplishes these goals through the funding of programs in education, scholarship, mentorship and research. The administration of the Foundation’s Scholarship Program is an important part of that work.

Eligibility
  • In order to be considered for a Foundation Scholarship a candidate must complete by June 30, 2014 two years in a NAAB accredited Architectural Program leading to a B-ARCH degree.
  • A student who is currently enrolled in non-accredited undergraduate program, but has been accepted to a NAAB accredited Masters Program (M-ARCH) is also eligible for consideration.
  • All students in NAAB accredited Masters Programs are eligible.
  • Only full time students will be considered.
  • The applicant must demonstrate some connection to the state of Connecticut (residence, school, work, etc.).
Charles DuBose Scholarship
Students who have completed two years in accredited undergraduate architectural programs or have been accepted into an accredited graduate program are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Connecticut residents are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to students at the University of Pennsylvania, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Fontainebleau summer program.

The Charles DuBose Scholarship Fund was established in 1986 by DuBose Associates, Inc. of Hartford, Connecticut in memory of Charles DuBose, FAIA. Ruth DuBose, Widow of Mr. Charles DuBose, has contributed substantially to the scholarship fund. Charles DuBose, Founder and Chairman of DuBose Associates, Inc. Architects, was most noted for his design of Constitution Plaza in Hartford. It was acclaimed in the 1960's as one of the first urban developments to effectively separate pedestrian movement from vehicular traffic with a series of raised landscaped terraces.

Sheng Fund Scholarship
Students who have completed two years in accredited undergraduate architectural programs or have been accepted into an accredited graduate program are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Connecticut residents are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to students at Cornell University.

Scholarship awards have previously ranged between $1,200 and $5,000.
Deadline: April 22, 2014

Visit the CAF Scholarship website for application information.

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