Detail of UA Gridshell, CAPLA, University of Arizona
ARCC invited applications for scholarship funding to attend ARCC 2021: Performative Environments, “Virtual Tucson,” April 7-10, 2021. Eligibility was limited to current graduate students enrolled at an ARCC member institution in a school of architecture or related field. Priority was given but not limited to graduate students who are currently an author or co-author of a paper or poster at ARCC 2021. The scholarships cover the cost of full registration.
ARCC is pleased to announce the award of eight (8) Graduate Student Scholarships to attend ARCC 2021.
Nooshin Esmaeili, University of Calgary
Nasrin Golshany, University of Oregon
Patricia Njideka Kio, Texas A&M University
Mahsa Farid Mohajer, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Niyati Naik, University of Oregon
Roja Rastegar, University of Kansas
Sara Sahebghalam, Kent State University
Anupam D Satumane, University of Oregon
Congratulations to all of the Scholarship Recipients!
Many thanks to Prof. Adil Sharag-Eldin (Kent State University) and Prof. Christina Bollo (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) for their leadership in managing ARCC’s inaugural graduate student scholarship program.