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Scholarships available for ABX 2017:

Women in Design ABX Symposium 2017 Scholarships
(4 available) | 
Deadline: October 16, 2017 

Women In Design (WiD) celebrates and encourages success and leadership for women in the design community. As such, we offer full-day scholarships for student and design professionals to attend the ABX symposium, “Envisioning the Future,” November 9, 2017. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on an essay application.

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When applying, select “Women in Design Scholarship” and respond to one of the following: 
  • How do you “Envision the Future” in your work? 
  • What tools or collaborations help you address future uses of your design? 
  • Describe a project (whether your work, a project you experience, or a famous building) and how they are adapting/ have adapted to the future?

Thank you to Graphisoft & Stantec, the WiD symposium’s platinum sponsors, for making these scholarships possible. 

Tony Platt Scholarships | Deadline: October 16, 2017

BSA scholarships have been established for industry professionals who, without scholarship assistance, could not afford to attend ABX. Established in memory of Tony Platt FAIA, a Boston architect and visionary who died in 1998, these scholarships cover up to two ABX sessions. At the heart of Tony’s vision was a commitment to broadening the intellectual and professional opportunities for everyone in the industry. Scholarship recipients will be selected based on an essay application.


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