Sherwin-Williams endows Diversity Advancement Scholarship

April 28, 2021

WASHINGTON–  The Sherwin-Williams Company has made a permanent endowment to  the Architects Foundation to support a Diversity Advancement Scholarship. Through their $150,000 gift, Sherwin-Williams will support a minority architecture student’s career path by funding their college experience with $20,000, to be distributed evenly over the course of up to five years. “At Sherwin-Williams we are … Continue reading Sherwin-Williams endows Diversity Advancement Scholarship

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Curry Stone Foundation pledges $125K

February 04, 2021

WASHINGTON – The Curry Stone Foundation (CSF) has pledged $125,000 to the Architects Foundation’s 2021 Diversity Advancement Scholarship program, to support five scholars through 2025. The multiyear scholarship will support students of an ethnically diverse background, with a preference for those attending one of the seven accredited architecture programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities … Continue reading Curry Stone Foundation pledges $125K

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Safdie Architects funds $20K scholarship

February 03, 2021

WASHINGTON – Safdie Architects today announced their commitment to support the Architects Foundation’s Diversity Advancement Scholarship by funding a five-year student scholar entering or transferring into an architecture program in fall 2021. The recipient will be supported throughout their scholarship by a mentor from Safdie Architects, as well as a paid internship at the firm … Continue reading Safdie Architects funds $20K scholarship

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David Adjaye, Forensic Architecture and Daniel Libeskind donate works to support black women in architecture school

December 14, 2020

David Adjaye‘s gold sketch of multifaith complex The Abrahamic Family House and Mark Foster Gage‘s satirical plan for a Trump presidential library are among works for sale in an auction fundraising to support black women in architecture school. Organised by architectural initiative ARCH, the auction launches today and will run for one week to raise funds for … Continue reading David Adjaye, Forensic Architecture and Daniel Libeskind donate works to support black women in architecture school

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Architect’s anonymous donation inspires

November 30, 2020

Despite some gains, ethnically diverse individuals are still significantly underrepresented in architecture. Expanding the profession’s outreach and support to the next generation is one of the most urgent and important steps we can take to provide underrepresented students and communities the opportunities they deserve to develop their talents. Architects are stepping up to make a … Continue reading Architect’s anonymous donation inspires

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