Do you dream of taking time to travel, enhance your skills, deepen your knowledge, broaden your perspectives and grow in your profession?
In partnership with the Architectural Education Foundation, AIA Colorado offers traveling and professional development scholarships to support your educational endeavors and help you hone your craft.
Scholarship applications for 2018 have closed, but applications for 2019 will open in January. In the meantime, see past scholarship criteria and recipients.
2018 Scholarship Recipients:
- Alicia Davis, AIA was awarded the AIA Colorado West Professional Development Scholarship to attend a CAD-1 Revit Architectural Fundamentals Class
- Ryan Houser, Assoc. AIA was awarded the James M. Hunter, FAIA Scholarship to research Mexico’s healthcare infrastructure and design
- Melissa Ford, AIA was awarded the Arthur A. & Florence G. Fisher Traveling Scholarship to study adaptive reuse concepts in Italy to inform decisions being made in Denver
- Katie Finnegan, AIA was awarded the Robert & Virginia Fuller Traveling Scholarship to explore how Iceland’s architecture is influence by culture, materials and landscape
- Max McCloskey, AIA was awarded the Hobart D. Wagener, FAIA Traveling Scholarship to study innovative learning environments in Scandinavia.
- Diana Esquivel, Assoc. AIA was awarded the AIA Colorado South Annual Conference Scholarship to attend the 2018 AIA Colorado Practive + Design Conference
- Mike Kephart Scholarship
- Sofia Bruni – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Temple Hoyne Buell Scholarship
- Rebekka Thy – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- William C. & Priscilla W. Muchow Scholarship
- Grant Johnson – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Stephen Edwards – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Kenneth R. Fuller Scholarship
- Genevieve Hampton – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- De Von M. Carlson Scholarship
- Luke Enssle – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Robert K. Fuller Scholarship for Graduate Study
- Intan Yokelson – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Oscar Sanchez Scholarship
- Mariah Bowman – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- Gary G. Landin Scholarship
- BillieJo Deininger – CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning
- AIA Colorado North Scholarship
- Madison Castello – CU Boulder Environmental Design Program
- C. Gordon Sweet Scholarship
- Kyle Burds – CU Boulder Environmental Design Program
The Architectural Education Foundation, AIA Colorado was created by five devoted AIA Colorado members on 23, 1934 to “advance the interest of the profession of architecture in the State of Colorado.”
This special fund was established by Robert Fuller, FAIA, William E. Fisher, FAIA, George H. Williamson, FAIA, William Bowman, AIA and Fred Montjoy, AIA. Their vision for the Architectural Education Foundation was to create a fun that would award scholarships, grants and prizes to advance the profession.On December 18, 1944, the Trust Fund was transferred to AIA Colorado. Robert K. Fuller was designated its Permanent Trustee. On February 16, 1961, the Fund was incorporated as a separate, tax free, nonprofit corporation.
In 1961 the first scholarship was awarded by the Architectural Education Foundation, 27 years for the five founders’ originally created the fund.
Since the first $600 scholarship was presented in 1961, the Architectural Education Foundation, AIA Colorado has awarded more than $800,000 in scholarships, grants and other awards to more than two hundred-fifty students, architects and teachers.
Over the past forty years, architects, faculty members and students alike, have returned to school for study or have had a research project funded because they received assistance through the Architectural Education Foundation, AIA Colorado.
For questions about the fund or specific scholarships or grants, please contact Robert K. Fuller II, AIA at 303-333-3320.
If you are sending a donation or correspondence to the Architectural Education Foundation, please address to:
Architectural Education Foundation
c/o Robert Fuller, AIA
3320 E 2nd Ave
Denver CO, 80206
Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship
The Jason Pettigrew Memorial ARE Scholarship recognizes the significant contributions of emerging professionals at early stages in their careers and helps defray the costs associated with the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). Developed by the AIA National Associates Committee, the scholarship honors the memory of late friend and colleague, Jason Pettigrew. Scholarship recipients receive funds to cover the cost of the ARE and study materials.
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