ENV - Landscape Architecture - Takeo Uesugi Scholars Endowment

This scholarship is provided to fund first or second year undergraduate Landscape Architecture students. Named in honor of emeritus faculty member Dr. Takeo Uesugi, the award is intended to support young designers and provide funds to broaden the applicant’s exposure to the discipline of Landscape Architecture. Dr. Uesugi was a Landscape Architect with a deep expertise in Japanese garden design and has always maintained a professional practice while teaching design studios and landscape history courses within the department.

This scholarship will be awarded for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Criteria:

  • Full-time 1st or 2nd year undergraduate student
  • Department GPA should be 3.0 or better

Specific Application Requirements:

  • Completed application
  • Letter of intent specifically addressing the applicant’s educational goals, future directions and specific intentions for the funds
  • A4 Size digital portfolio:
    – Maximum of 8 page spreads of A4 size (16 total pages)
    – Portfolio projects that support application and applicant’s design capabilities
  • NO letters of recommendation are required

Post-award requirements include:

*A thank-you letter to the donor
*A public presentation of work/ideas supported by the funds
*A hard copy of portfolio and all required documents including a thank you letter to department office

If you have any questions please contact Andrew Wilcox, Department Chair at aowilcox@cpp.edu or Mr. Kris Penrose, Department Administrative Coordinator at kapenrose@cpp.edu.

To begin the application process, please complete your general application first, then proceed to search this scholarship in the “Opportunities>>Recommended” Tab and click on APPLY.

Award
$1,000.00
Deadline
03/02/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload your application packet which should include:
    1) Cover letter with the title of the scholarship, your name and your current grade-level.
    2) Letter of intent specifically addressing your educational goals, future directions, and specific intentions for the funds.
    3) A4 size digital portfolio, maximum of 8 page spreads of A4 size (16 total pages) including portfolio projects that support your application and your design capabilities.
  2. If selected for this scholarship, I agree to the following post-award requirements: a thank-you letter to donor and a public presentation of work/ideas supported by the funds.
  3. If selected for this scholarship, I agree to provide a hard copy of my portfolio and all required documents.