Planning and the Black Community - Graduate Student Scholarship - Deadline Feb 26th
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The Robert A. Catlin/David W. Long Memorial Scholarship
Named after committed planners and long-standing members of the
Planning and the Black Community Division, The Robert A. Catlin/David
W. Long Memorial Scholarship was created to foster increased interest
among Black students in the field of urban planning. The $2,500
scholarship will be awarded to one student on a competitive basis to
cover costs associated with the pursuit of graduate studies.
The scholarship is available to:
• Black undergraduate students currently applying to or who
accepted into an urban planning program for graduate studies;
• Black graduate students, majoring in urban planning or a
field (geography, environmental studies, urban studies, urban policy
Students who satisfy all of the above criteria can obtain applications
from PBCD representatives or by visiting:
All application materials must be received via email by 5:00pm EST,
Friday, February 26, 2010.
A review committee comprised of members of the division shall review
applications and select a recipient. The anticipated notification
date is March 12, 2010. The winner will also be honored at the
Planning and the Black Community scholarship event that takes place
during the Planning and the Black Community Division Conference, held
in New Orleans on April 8th.
For more information, contact:
Eric D. Shaw, Vice Chairperson of Policy pbcd.policy@...
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