Robert J. Barringhaus Travel Fund
The Robert J. Barringhaus Travel Fund was established in 1995 by Peter Basmajian (B.Arch. ‘73), in memory of Robert J. Barringhaus, a former classmate. The award is made to an architecture student who plans to attend the Rome Program or the Summer Abroad Program.
William Moos Jr. Scholarship
The William Moos Jr. Scholarship was established by John Nicolls (B.Arch. ’73), in memory of William Moos, director of the art department at Western Reserve Academy, a preparatory school in Ohio. The scholarship is available to architecture students enrolled in the Rome Program to subsidize travel and subsistence.
George How Summer Travel Award
The George How Summer Travel Award was established in 1993 by the How family and friends in memory of George M. How (B.Arch. ‘81), and is awarded to a gifted architecture design student who is participating in a summer foreign travel program sponsored by the Department of Architecture.
Robert James Eidlitz Fellowship
The Robert James Eidlitz Fellowship, the gift of Sadie Boulton Eidlitz, is available to persons who hold degrees in architecture from Cornell or who are now graduate students in architecture at Cornell. Its purpose is to supplement the professional training, by foreign travel or in other ways, of those who could not otherwise afford it. The income of the fund may be awarded to one or more candidates.
A. Henry Detweiler Fund
The A. Henry Detweiler Fund provides a traveling fellowship to a graduate student involved with the history of architecture and urbanism program at Cornell who plans to participate as an artist, architect, or surveyor on an archaeological team, or to travel for field work in the history of architecture and in architectural preservation. Preference is given to students with projects in Near Eastern or Mediterranean archaeology, although projects in New World or historical archaeology are acceptable.