BWBR sponsors two scholarships designed to support equity in the built environment. Each scholarship is awarded based on an application package that includes a sample design project and a written statement on equity.
The Dorothy Brink Ingemann Scholarship for Gender Equity in Design is awarded to a woman studying architecture, interior design, or graphic design. The scholarship is named for Dorothy Brink Ingemann, foundational collaborator and wife of William Ingemann, who was the founder of the architectural office that later became BWBR. Dorothy was one of the first women to graduate with an architecture degree from the University of Minnesota.
The Milt Bergstedt Scholarship for Racial Equity in Design is named for a founder of BWBR who championed the elimination of barriers to equity in his architectural practice and his community. In 1985 Milt was awarded AIA’s Whitney Young Jr. Award for significant contributions to social responsibility. Milt’s long career of public service was dedicated to eliminating discrimination in civic, government, and cultural institutions. This scholarship is offered to a BIPOC student in a graphics, interior design, or architecture degree program.
Deadline for Applications: June 30, 2021 by 5:00 PM CT
ASID Scholarships & Awards
At ASID, we know education matters. That’s why the ASID Foundation, in partnership with our ASID Industry Partners, provides a number of annual scholarships and grant opportunities available to expand research and knowledge around the impact of interior design on behavior, health, and well-being.
The RAMSA Travel Fellowship is a $10,000 prize awarded annually by Robert A.M. Stern Architects for travel and research. The fellowship seeks to promote investigations into the perpetuation of tradition through invention—key to the firm’s own work—and is given to an individual who has proven insight and interest in the profession and its future, as well as the ability to carry forth in-depth research.
‘T’ Space and the Steven Myron Holl Foundation - Summer 2021 Virtual Architecture Residency program.
The Steven Myron Holl Foundation and ‘T’ Space proudly announce the fifth Architecture Residency for students and young professionals active in architecture research and design, as well as the arts. Same as last year, the Residency Program 2021 will be held virtually in response to current health and safety measures.
Introduced in 2017, the Architecture Residency Program has since brought students together with distinguished critics like Thom Mayne, Steven Holl and Stan Allen among others. 2021 Residents will participate in an international 25-day intensive studio program remotely, via zoom and other digital platforms.
SAH Annual Conference Student Diversity Fellowship
The Society of Architectural Historians alongside its Minority Scholars, Asian American & Diasporic Architectural History, and Race & Architectural History Affiliate Groups invite applications for a 2021 SAH annual conference undergraduate and professional student fellowship intended to diversify the field of architectural history.
This new fellowship program is designed to welcome undergraduate and professional students to the Society of Architectural Historians by fully funding attendance at the Society’s signature annual conference and a one-year electronic membership to SAH. Undergraduate students may come from any course of study, so long as they have participated in at least one prior architectural history course, and professional students may come from any design discipline.
The application deadline is March 17, 2021.
Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship
The “Lee Schipper Memorial Scholarship for Sustainable Transport and Energy Efficiency” targets supporting the momentum of Lee Schipper’s contribution to the enrichment of the international policy dialogue in the fields of sustainable transport and energy efficiency. Lee Schipper, international physicist, researcher, musician and co-founder of EMBARQ, today the Urban Mobility program of the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, inspired and shaped the thinking of a generation of students and professionals and was widely recognized for enriching policy dialogue with his passion for data and challenging conventional wisdom.
MOA ARCHITECTURE: SCHOLARSHIP AWARD + SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
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.
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.
Ambient Bamboo Floors Scholarship
Ambient Bamboo Floors Scholarship
The Ambient Bamboo Floors Scholarship is designed to help students who are on the path to any type of environmental or architectural career. If selected, the winning student will receive $1,200 in scholarship funds.
The Legacy Scholarship is open to all students in their junior or senior year of undergraduate study enrolled in at least a three-year accredited program of interior design. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic accomplishment, creative achievement, and personal statement. The jury will evaluate entries on academic record, presentation skills, design and planning competency, and conceptual creativity.
David Barrett Memorial Scholarship
The David Barrett Memorial Scholarship is awarded biennially to recognize the work of an outstanding undergraduate or graduate student who demonstrates an interest and ability in utilizing classical design elements and traditional materials in their work.
Classical design is aligned with Greek and Roman design principals. Please be creative and innovative in how this is translated in your work. All project types will be accepted, including, but not limited to, workplace, civic, residential, hospitality, and historical restoration.