The American Institute of Architects/Rhode Island Chapter is pleased to announce the winners of the Tenth Annual Scholarship Program. They are: Nathan Lynch, Roger Williams University; Christopher Beck, Rhode Island School of Design; Kristen Weigel, Roger Williams University, recipient of the DF Pray Scholarship; Justin Zafra, Roger Williams University and Tim Allen, Roger Williams University.
Mr. Lynch is the recipient of the Norton Salk Memorial Scholarship for design excellence.
A presentation of the scholarships will be made at the 2015 AIA Rhode Island Design Awards, Thursday, December 3, 2015 at the Providence Public Library. Scholarship funds will be credited to the winning student’s college account for the payment of educational costs related to the pursuit of their professional architectural studies. â€¨â€¨
The Scholarship Award Committee of the AIA/RI Architectural Forum reviews the applications, selects the winners, and determines the amount of each scholarship award. â€¨â€¨The 2015 Scholarship Award Committee consisted of the following AIA Rhode Island members: Cynthia Gerlach, AIA, Douglas Kallfelz, Vada Seccareccia, Assoc. AIA and Michael Warner, AIA.
More information on the annual program is located on the AIAri website at www.aia-ri.org. â€¨â€¨To be eligible applicants must be either enrolled in an accredited school in Rhode Island, pursuing studies in architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture or historic preservation, or a Rhode Island resident studying one of the listed subjects at an accredited school outside of Rhode Island. The AIA/RI Architectural Forum is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization supporting educational programs within the architectural community. â€¨â€¨
To date, the Architectural Forum has awarded over $120,000 in scholarships funded by AIA/Rhode Island’s annual Golf Classic, our endowment with the RI Foundation and other donations from AIA National and the family of Norton Salk. â€¨â€¨The American Institute of Architects is a national organization with its headquarters in Washington, D.C. and state and local chapters throughout the country. Through a culture of innovation, The American Institute of Architects empowers its members and inspires creation of a better-built environment.
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