University of Virginia: School of Architecture

Frederic Lord Holloway Endowed Scholarship Fund

To provide scholarships to students enrolled in the University of Virginia School of Architecture. The fund was established in memory of Frederic Lord Holloway (CLAS '74) by his parents.

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Qualifications: Applicants must be enrolled in the University of Virginia School of Architecture

Peter R. Kutscha Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Historic Preservation

Provides a scholarship to a School of Architecture graduate of undergraduate student or students, based primarily on financial need with consideration to merit, who has proven interest in the study of historic preservation.

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Qualifications: Student(s) must be enrolled in the School of Architecture

Venetan Fellowship

Study in the Veneto Provides fellowships to students in the School of Architecture who study abroad as part of the School's programs in Vicenza and Venice, Italy.

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Qualifications: Applicant must be enrolled in the School of Architecture

Joseph Bosserman Fellowships

Joseph Bosserman Fellowships provide support to graduate students in the School of Architecture to the extent that they are used for payment for tuition, fees, room, board and other educational expenses. Named in honor of former dean Joseph Norwood Bosserman, who led the School from 1966-1980.

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Ella R. and Milton L. Grigg Endowed Scholarship Fund

To award scholarships to students enrolled in the University of Virginia School of Architecture. The endowment is the result of the sale of property given to Mrs. Grigg in memory of her husband, a local architect.

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Laura Kaye Scholarship

Provides support to an undergraduate student in the School of Architecture based on financial aid.

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Jane Lewis Kelly and John Jackson Kelly Scholarship

Provides support to students of historic preservation. The scholarship was created by the estate of John W. Tukey, and his family.

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Lester A. Sorensen, Sr. Scholarship and Fellowship in Architecture

Recognizes our students for exceptional honor and integrity. Mr. Sorensen attended the College in the late 1930s. Named after the late father of Karla Sorensen, an alumna of the School of Nursing, and her family.

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Society of Architectural Historians (SAH)

Site includes awards, fellowship listings, and calls for papers for architectural historians.

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URL: http://www.sah.org

The Dumas Malone & Albert Gallatin Graduate Research Fellowships

The trustees of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc., established the Dumas Malone Fellowship in honor of Mr. Malone's service to the University and the Foundation. Its purpose is to support the research of outstanding advanced graduate students who have a need to investigate archives or other repositories of information in a foreign country or countries. The fellowship will normally be awarded, annually, to eligible students in the School of Architecture and the Departments of History and/or Politics. In the event that no such student is forthcoming in a given year, the fellowship could be awarded to any other graduate student whose research is related to the interests of Mr. Jefferson, regardless of field or discipline. The Albert Gallatin Fellowship supports outstanding, advanced graduate students engaged in the research or writing of a dissertation in the broad area of "international affairs." While not limited by discipline, "international affairs" may be taken to mean the study of political, economic, social, and legal processes across cultures or countries. Multinational studies are preferred over single-country studies.

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Application Requirements:

Applications/nominations should include:

1. A cover letter indicating whether the application/nomination is intended for the Dumas Malone

Fellowship, the Albert Gallatin Fellowship, or both;

2. A two-page, single-spaced description of the study to be undertaken (written by the

applicant/nominee);

3. Two letters of reference from faculty, or others familiar with the project;

4. A U.Va. transcript (unofficial transcript is satisfactory);

5. A statement of all other awards, including amounts, for which the applicant/nominee has applied

during the same time period and for the same research proposal;

6. A curriculum vitae; and

7. A proposed budget. Applicants/nominees may apply for both fellowships; the awards committee will decide which fellowship is

more appropriate (e.g., the Gallatin does not require travel, etc.). Please direct questions to the Office of the

Vice President for Research at gradstudies@virginia.edu. Electronic submission of application materials is

preferred to the e-mail above. If submitting paper materials, please submit to the address below.

URL: http://www.virginia.edu/vpr/gradstudies/docs/MaloneGallatin.pdf

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