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Awards

The following awards were made in the academic year 2012–2013. The date each award was established is shown in parentheses.

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Award

Professor King-lui Wu Teaching Award (2006) Awarded each year to a faculty member who combines architectural practice with outstanding teaching. Recipients are selected by the vote of graduating students. Awarded to Peter de Bretteville.

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Fellowships

William Wirt Winchester Traveling Fellowship (1895) Awarded each year to the graduating student in architecture whose academic performance has been consistently at the highest level, who has displayed the most promise and potential for a future professional role, and who has completed a piece of distinguished independent work. It provides an opportunity for study and travel outside the United States and is considered to be the School’s most prestigious award. Awarded to Sarah Frances Gill.

Gertraud A. Wood Traveling Fellowship (1983) Awarded each year to an outstanding second-year student in the first professional degree program on financial aid for travel outside of the United States. Awarded to Robert Anthony Cannavino.

George Nelson Scholarship (1988) Awarded each year through a competitive application process to a second-year student in the first professional degree program for support for an independent course of study. Recipients shall demonstrate skill as a designer, interest in critical thought, and the ability to express his or her ideas in written and verbal form. Awarded to Ivan Farr.

David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services Good Times Award (2000) Awarded to a graduating student for travel in Europe. Awarded to Manuel Teodoro Quintana.

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Medals and Prizes

American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal (1914) Awarded to the graduating student with the highest academic ranking in the first professional degree program. Awarded to Caitlin Morgan Gucker-Kanter.

American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Certificate (1914) Awarded to the graduating student with the second-highest academic ranking in the first professional degree program. Awarded to Amrita Jogesh Raja.

Alpha Rho Chi Medal (1914) Awarded each year to that graduating student who has shown an ability for leadership, performed willing service for his or her school and department, and given promise of real professional merit through his or her attitude and personality. Awarded to Amy Gayle Mielke.

William Edward Parsons Memorial Medal (1941) Presented annually to that member of the graduating class who has done distinctive work and demonstrated the greatest professional promise in the area of city planning. Awarded to Owen Trowbridge Howlett.

The H.I. Feldman Prize (1955) Awarded annually to the student who demonstrates the best solution to an architectural problem in an advanced studio, taking into consideration the practical, functional, and aesthetic requirements of that problem. Awarded to Christina Argyrou.

Wendy Elizabeth Blanning Prize (1976) Awarded annually to the student in the second year of the first professional degree program on financial aid who has shown the most promise of development in the profession. Awarded to Kathleen Bridget Stranix.

Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize (1981) Awarded to a graduating woman student for outstanding academic performance. Awarded to Jacqueline Ho.

Janet Cain Sielaff Alumni Award (1983) The Yale Architecture Alumni Association Award presented annually to that graduating student who most significantly contributed to, and fostered, school spirit. Awarded to Ryan Salvatore.

Moulton Andrus Award (1984) Awarded to a graduating student who has achieved excellence in art and architecture. Awarded to Alexa Tsien-Shiang.

The Drawing Prize (1985) Awarded to the graduating student who has excelled at drawing as part of the design process, is articulate with pencil, and shows a strong personal graphic style of presentation for his or her architectural ideas. Awarded to Lang Wang.

Gene Lewis Book Prize (1986) Awarded to a graduating student who has shown promise for excellence in residential architecture. Awarded to Christopher Parkinson.

David Taylor Memorial Prize (1996) Awarded to the graduating student who has shown promise or demonstrated interest in architectural criticism. Awarded to Aaron Michael Dresben.

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Internships

Takenaka Corporation Summer Internship (1987) Awarded to Bryan Andrew Maddock.

David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services Summer Internship and Traveling Fellowship (2000) Awarded to Evan Jon Wiskup.

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