Each year, the Architectural Education Foundation offers a variety of travel scholarships, intended to broaden architectural horizons. These awards allow AIA Colorado members to grow as professionals to better serve our communities and clients.

The 2021 award recipients have been named. We congratulate them on their awards, allowing them to grow their crafts and careers.

 

 

Florence G. and Arthur A. Fisher, FAIA, Traveling Scholarship – $5,000

This travel scholarship has been awarded to Sean Jursnick, AIA, for the project: Studying Smart Cities in Japan and South Korea to contribute to carbon reduction efforts of the AIA and designers in Colorado.

 

Virginia E. and Robert K. Fuller, AIA, Traveling Scholarship – $7,500

This travel scholarship has been awarded to Ignacio Correa-Ortiz, AIA, for the project: Lessons from Troglodyte Architecture.

James M. Hunter, FAIA, Traveling Scholarship – $2,500

This travel scholarship has been awarded to Sheva Willoughby, AIA, for the project: observation of educational environments in Scandinavia.

 

Vivian and Hobart D. Wagener, FAIA, Traveling Scholarship – $6,000

This travel scholarship has been jointly awarded to Adam Wagoner, AIA, and Rebekah Wagoner, AIA, for the project: studying eight Norwegian projects by the architectural firm Snøhetta through the lens of five architectural aspects.

 

Keep an eye on the AIA Colorado website for future travel scholarship opportunities, and special thanks to the Architectural Education Foundation for their financial support.