AIA Baltimore UG Research Scholarship

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AIA BALTIMORE RESEARCH/ TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP

Activity: Research & Travel Scholarship
Year: 2008/2009
Student: Jeanne Schleicher 
Course: Supervised Research on Mixed-income Development in Mega Cities with a focus on NYC.
Funding: AIA competitive proposal-based funding, Morgan State University
Level: Undergraduate
Project Summary:
"This has been a wonderful experience and has really opened my eyes to a number of ideas. Visiting MIT and Columbia University has changed my perceptions and goals for my education, examining the architecture has opened my eyes to intelligent design for mixed-income housing, I have met many interesting design professionals, and I have felt the strong variance in the personalities of the cities I have visited. The research I have done on housing design, policy, and politics will remain vitally important to me in the future. Opportunities looming on the horizon will affect my future as well as that of my children. This has truly been a life altering and influencing experience. I cannot thank you all enough for your generosity in time, patience, and resources. I am looking forward to the presentation(s) in the fall, and hope to make you proud with what I bring to Baltimore’s table."

Jeanne Schleicher, AIA Baltimore student awardee
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AIA BALTIMORE RESEARCH/ TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP

Activity: Research & Travel Scholarship
Year: 2008/2009
Student: Chinyere Goddard
Course: Supervised Research on Peruvian Vernacular Architecture.
Funding: AIA competitive proposal-based funding, Morgan State University
Level: Undergraduate
Project Summary: