The Program in Environmental Design’s goal is to prepare students to be creative critical thinkers and passionate problem solvers who embrace real world problems by using design, visual communication, and technology. The Program in Environmental Design offers majors in architecture, planning, landscape architecture, and design studies.
ENVD students are leaders that have a profound influence on community, environment, and society. Your contributions enable our program and our students to create and do extraordinary things. Please consider giving a gift to ENVD and make an impact. The Program in Environmental Design (ENVD) is grateful for the alumni, parents, families, firms, and community members that support and provide resources for our students.
We invite ENVD 2017 graduates to contribute toward scholarships of up to $1,000 for distinguished ENVD students. Our goal is to award scholarships to students who are successfully building community that connects design students, professionals, and individuals from related disciplines and significantly contributes to ENVD’s success.
We suggest a contribution for the amount of $20.17 over the next five years. Please click the "Give Now" link below to access the Environmental Design Scholarship Fund page. To contribute $20.17 for a five-year timespan, click “Other Amount” and “Make this a reoccurring gift” on the right-hand side of the webpage.
This Program in Environmental Design Fund is a fund for academic support for students in ways in which the program determines. These funds are used for the following purposes:
The Charles Haertling Scholarship was established “to perpetuate the memory of Charles A. Haertling, AIA, Architect, and to reaffirm the human ideals in the arts and design and the spirit of community service that his life exemplified.” This scholarship is based on talent, potential, and academic achievement, as well as, relative financial need. This award is split with the College of Music each year. The award supports one student with an approximately $500 dollar award.
The Dana Giffin Soper Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship in memory of Dana Giffin Soper, a former ENVD student. His parents wanted to provide a scholarship to a current undergraduate student in the Environmental Design Program on the “basis of proven academic performance, personality and character, contribution to the College, and professional potential.” The program will offer one or two scholarships to a second year student entering third year. The award ranges from $2500-$5000.
The D.J. Hynek Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship awarded to a student in the Environmental Design Program at the University of Colorado Boulder in memory of D.J. Hynek, an architecture major, BEnvd 2000. This fund “was established to honor D.J. Hynek’s life by assisting other students who have been confronted with personal hardships attain their educational dreams at an institution D.J. found so meaningful and supportive of his intellectual interest and career ambitions.“ The award varies from $1,500 -$3,000.
Douglas Darden was a highly gifted and internationally recognized architect and teacher. He was faculty at the University of Colorado. His parents established the Douglas Darden Memorial Scholarship in 1996 after he passed away from leukemia. This scholarship is awarded to a Colorado student who shows great academic promise, academic merit, and shows financial need. It is awarded to an undergraduate student in Environmental Design at the University of Colorado Boulder. The amount of this scholarship ranges from $1500-$2000.
The Hideo Sasaki Scholarship in Interdisciplinary Design benefits an outstanding undergraduate student entering his/her final year in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Planning, Urban Design or Environmental Design. This scholarship was established by the University’s Board of Regents to honor Hideo Sasaki, “with gratitude and affection, both to honor this extraordinary teacher and practitioner and to inspire future generations of student in architecture and planning to higher levels of achievement.” The ENVD Program offers one award in the amount of $1000-$1500.
The Lynn M. Lickteig Photography Award was established in sincere appreciation to honor staff member Lynn M. Lickteig for 30 years of contributions, guidance, leadership, commitment to the visual record and dedication to and willingness to go above and beyond on behalf of CU ENVD students. One award of $500 is given annually via a juried process for an outstanding photograph taken by an undergraduate student enrolled full time in the Program in Environmental Design at CU-Boulder.
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The Marcia Miller Memorial Scholarship was created to provide a scholarship for a married student with demonstrated financial need the in the Environmental Design Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. The award is one scholarship that ranges from $500-$1000.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Housing Prize Scholarship provides annual scholarships to undergraduate Environmental Design students at the University of Colorado Boulder. The scholarship is “known as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Housing Prize in order to perpetuate the memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to encourage a continuing concern for sheltering low and moderate income people.”
The Richard L. Crowther Memorial Scholarship is a scholarship "for research for students with an interest in environmental architecture, sustainable building; solar energy; energy conservation or therapeutic architecture." Up to two students may receive this award. It ranges from $1000-$1500.