Architects Foundation / McAslan Fellowship
The Architects Foundation / McAslan Fellowship funds academic travel opportunities for top graduating students and provides mentor relationships with international architects for these students. The Fellowship will be a traveling and study scholarship, funding undergraduate seniors and graduate students for a summer of travel and study.
This merit-based scholarship will be awarded to two recipients from the USA annually. The students will engage with McAslan+ Partners and the World Monuments Fund in the restoration program for the Madame Gauthier Villa in Port au Prince, Haiti, as part of the U.S. State Department’s newly awarded Ambassador’s Fund of $200,000 to be launched in 2019. Travel will occur to New York and to Port-au-Prince.
Two (2) five thousand dollar ($5,000) fellowship awards will be granted. Students must be matriculating from a NAAB-accredited undergraduate architecture program or studying within a NAAB-accredited master’s degree program.
To be eligible for the Architects Foundation/McAslan Fellowship, students must meet the following criteria:
- GPA of 3.0 or higher
- US Citizen
- Undergraduate student matriculating from a NAAB-accredited architecture program; OR
- Graduate student attending a NAAB-accredited architecture program.
The 2019 Architects Foundation/McAslan Fellowship Selection Committee:
- John McAslan, Hon. FAIA, John McAslan+Partners
- Gary Hattem, Retired, Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
Applications for the 2020 AF/McAslan Fellowship will open in the fall of 2019. Sign up to receive notifications about the application opening.
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