Arnold W. Brunner Grant-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Monday, January 17, 2011

Arnold W. Brunner Grant

Application Deadline is 01 February

New York City’s Center for Architecture is pleased to announce scholarship and grant opportunities for students, alumni and faculty.  We are proud to support architecture and design education and research through our award program. 
 
Faculty and alumni may be eligible for the Arnold W. Brunner Grant [Link] which is intended to encourage advanced study in any area of architectural investigation which will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching or practice of the art and science of architecture. The proposed investigation is to result in a final written work, design project, research paper, or other form of presentation. In the past the Arnold W. Brunner Grant has be used to support a multiple of individual and team projects. 2010 Brunner Grant recipient Ian Harris [Link] used the funds to support the creation of his documentary “ArchiCULTURE,” a film which explores the study of architecture, following five college students from the conception to completion of their final thesis.

Applicants for the Arnold W. Brunner Grant must be a U.S. citizen engaged in the profession of architecture or a related field and have received their first professional degree at least five years prior to the date of application. Recipients are awarded up to $15,000. The 2011 deadline is February 1st.
 
Further details at the Center for Architecture Foundation’s [Link].
 
If you have any questions please feel free to email: info@cfafoundation.org or call 212-358-6133.