Gill Family Foundation to Support Participation of 40 New Graduate Students at the SAH 2021 Virtual Conference

by SAH News | Mar 01, 2021

UPDATED 3/11/21: The award limit has been reached and applications are now closed.

Gill-Family-Foundation-LogoThe Society of Architectural Historians is pleased to announce that the Gill Family Foundation will generously fund support for graduate student participation in the SAH 2021 Virtual Conference and one year of membership. The Foundation will underwrite the $75 registration fee and the $50 SAH digital membership fee for graduate students who are new to SAH and currently enrolled at a US institution in architectural history and related fields (per the funder's guidelines).

Forty registrations with digital membership will be awarded on a first-come, first served basis. Eligible graduate students will be required to apply via the SAH portal to be considered. SAH will begin accepting applications on Tuesday, March 9, at 3 pm CST.

The award limit has been reached and applications are now closed.

Criteria

  • Currently enrolled at a US institution in architectural history and related fields (per the funder's guidelines)
  • New to SAH (never held an SAH membership before 2/1/2021)

Application Requirements

Scan of one of the following for proof of US institution enrollment. Acceptable documents include: Current student ID, Class Schedule showing enrollment, paid tuition bill, dated letter from program director. A link to your profile on the college/university website.

The Society is grateful to the Gill Family Foundation for its generous support of graduate students and the SAH 2021 Virtual Conference.





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