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Fellowship for Urban Design and Preservation masters and undergrads (from APA-UDP)

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  • Asha Agrawal
    The Urban Design and Preservation Division of the American Planning Association recently established a fellowship program for advanced undergraduate and
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 6, 2007

      The Urban Design and Preservation Division of the American Planning
      Association recently established a fellowship program for advanced
      undergraduate and graduate students. The purpose of the program is to
      foster interest in the study of urban design and preservation as well as
      the interrelationship between these two areas of planning. The program is
      open to third and fourth year undergraduate students and first and second
      year masters degree students. One fellowship with a stipend of $2,000 will
      be awarded per semester. Responsibilities will include assisting the
      Division with implementing various items of its work plan, and monitoring
      nationwide issues that relate to urban design and preservation in the field
      of planning.

      Information on the fellowship program, a promotional flyer, and the
      application are available on our website at http://www.planning.org/urbandesign/news.htm

      We encourage future urban designers and preservationists to become involved
      with APA and the Urban Design and Preservation Division through this
      exciting new program.

      Best regards,
      Jennifer Morris, UPD Fellowship Administrator

      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      Jennifer Morris, AICP
      AKRF, Inc.
      440 Park Avenue South
      New York, NY 10016
      646.306.1376

      (See attached file: Fellowship Flyer.pdf)(See attached file: UPD Fellowship
      Call for Application Submissions.pdf)(See attached file: UDP Fellowship
      Application Form.pdf)
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