Kay Tiller Alumni Endowed Fund for Writing in Landscape Architecture

Established in memory of Kay Tiller, Executive Regional Editor of Landscape Architecture and Specifier News. Applicants must be full-time, pursuing a degree in the landscape architecture program, demonstrate a financial need, be making satisfactory progress toward a degree, and demonstrate extant or potential skill for writing as a communication tool in landscape architecture. Scholarship recipients may reapply for one subsequent year, provided they remain in good standing at the University. Reapplying students will be given priority over new applicants. No student shall hold this scholarship for more than two years.

INCLUDED IN THE CRITERIA FOR AWARDING THIS SCHOLARSHIP IS “DEMONSTRATED FINANCIAL NEED" WHICH REQUIRES THE COMPLETION OF THE FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA). IF YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED THIS FORM, PLEASE GO TO http://www.uta.edu/fao/ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE.

Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs
Deadline
08/01/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please demonstrate your skill for writing as a communication tool in landscape architecture.
  2. Candidates must also submit two letters of recommendation from non-family members who are educators, mentors, supervisors, and/or community leaders with significant knowledge of the candidate’s academic achievements and/or community involvement.
  3. Have you previously recieved a UTA Landscape Architecture scholarship?
    • If yes, please list the name of the scholarship.