External Scholarship/Fellowship Opportunities
The J. Armand Bergun Fellowship
The J. Armand Bergun Fellowship was established in 2015 by the Sprague Charitable Gift Fund. The Fellowship is named in honor of J. Armand Burgun, FAIA, FACHA, a true pioneer of the Facilities Guidelines Institute Guidelines “in grateful acknowledgement of his 50 years of extraordinary
leadership, dedication and vision in the development and use of many generations of this document.” The mission of the Facilities Guideline Institute is to establish and promote consensus-based guidelines and publications, advised by research, to advance quality healthcare. The
Fellowship focuses on graduate research and education in the practice of healthcare architecture with an emphasis on the FGI Guidelines.
AIGA Nebraska Scholarship
AIGA Nebraska is proud to offer the Designing Opportunity Scholarship annually to students and emerging creatives who exhibit excellence in their field, in order to provide winning recipients with financial support to further their craft.
Any form of design is eligible: web, print and communication design, architecture, engineering, fine arts and more. If it requires critical thought and creativity, we’d love to include you.
Rodney S. Davis Scholarship
Davis Partnership Architects established an endowed scholarship for travel in the memory of our founder, Rodney S. Davis, AIA, following his passing in 1997. He was a true gentleman, a civic and professional leader, the President of AIA Colorado in 1963, and the Colorado Architect of the Year in 1990.
This Scholarship is intended for students who reside in or are from the State of Colorado.
RT DeLorm Scholarships
Richard T. “Dick” DeLorm served as an officer, Board member and Executive Director of the Nebraska Chapter ACI from day one of our chapter’s inception in 1987, until his retirement in 2016. As a retired faculty of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, DeLorm was an active teacher, mentor and advocate for concrete in the state of Nebraska.
DeLorm also oversaw the scholarship process for the Nebraska Chapter ACI for many years. For these reasons, we believe Dick to be extremely deserving of having his name associated with two Nebraska-chapter scholarships that are awarded each year. One undergraduate-level scholarship and one graduate-level scholarship, each in the amount of $1,500 available.
MOA Architecture Scholarship
MOA ARCHITECTURE offers an annual architectural scholarship + paid summer internship award to students in accredited architectural programs. These awards are designed to support and provide opportunity to learn and gain practical experience in concert with the individual’s educational process to better prepare them for their chosen career in architecture. It is our intent that the internship opportunity challenges and rewards students, and further stimulates their interest in architecture.