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Name THOMSEN, CHARLES H. AWARD IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Research Fields TEST landscape architecture
Categories Architecture
Citizenship No citizenship available
Eligibility In honour of Professor Charles H. Thomsen and his career-long contributions to the Department of Landscape Architecture, his colleagues and friends, family, graduates and students, have established an endowment fund to support an award for students in the Department of Landscape Architecture. The Manitoba Scholarship and Bursary Initiative has made a contribution to the fund. The fund will be used to support one or more awards for a community outreach project. The awards shall be offered to graduate and undergraduate students who:
  • are enrolled full-time in the Faculty of Architecture, in the third year of the Bachelor of Environmental Design program (Landscape Option), or in the Faculty of Graduate Studies in either the Pre-Masterís or the Master of Landscape Architecture program;
  • have achieved a minimum sessional grade point average of 3.0 (or equivalent) in the previous year of study;
  • have submitted the best statement of intent (maximum 500 words) outlining the objectives for a community outreach project related to landscape architecture or environmental design.
  • Value available annual interest
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at University of Manitoba
    Deadlines No deadlines available
    Application Details Contact the Faculty of Architecture.
     

     
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