APA Charles Abrams Scholarship

Award Amount
$2,000
Awards Available
See Description
Deadline
April 30, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • The Charles Abrams Scholarship is an annual partial scholarship to a student who is enrolled in a graduate planning program leading to a master's degree in one of the five schools at which Charles Abrams taught and who has been nominated by the program's department chair. The student chosen for this award must demonstrate a genuine financial need. The program is designed to aid students who will pursue careers as practicing planners.

    Students from the following schools are eligible:
    -Columbia University, Division of Urban Planning
    -Harvard University, Urban Planning Program (Master in Urban Planning) Harvard Graduate School of Design (formerly Harvard University, City & Regional Planning Program of the Graduate School of Architecture and Design)
    -Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Urban Studies & Planning
    -New School University, Urban Policy Analysis & Management Program, Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management & Urban Policy (formerly New School for Social Research, New York, Department for Urban Affairs & Policy Analysis)
    -University of Pennsylvania, Department of City & Regional Planning

    Applications for this scholarship must be submitted through a student's planning program. Prior winners of any APA-administered fellowship or scholarship program are not eligible.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Director of Emerging Professionals
  • mgroh@planning.org

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