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Endowment and Term Funds

Endowment Funds

The School of Architecture has the following endowed funds. The date of the gift and the name of the donor are given in each instance.

Frederick T. Ahlson Scholarship Fund (2004) Established by a bequest of Frederick T. Ahlson (B.F.A. 1930) for financial support of students in the School of Architecture.

Moulton Andrus Award Fund (1984) Established by family members as a memorial to Moulton Andrus (B.A. 1962, M.Arch. 1966) for an annual award to a graduating student who has achieved excellence in art and architecture.

Architect Fellowship Fund (1982) Established by numerous donors for general fellowship support.

Architectural Teaching Fund (1909) Established by a gift of Henry Fowler English (LL.B. 1874) and John Davenport Wheeler (Ph.B. 1858) to create an endowment to support faculty and teaching in the profession of architecture.

Architecture Alumni Fund Endowment (2003) Established within the School of Architecture to represent all the unrestricted endowment gifts made to the School of Architecture Alumni Fund over many years, the income from which is to be used for the general support of the School.

Architecture Alumni Fund Scholarship (2003) Established within the School of Architecture to represent all the gifts for financial aid made to the School of Architecture Alumni Fund endowment over many years, the income from which is to be used for general student scholarship support.

Architecture Building Maintenance Fund (1963) Established by the Helen and Thomas Hastings Fund to support the maintenance of the Art & Architecture Building, renamed Paul Rudolph Hall in 2008.

Architecture Endowed Dean’s Resource Fund (2005) Established by various donors to provide income to be used at the discretion of the dean for the general support of the School of Architecture.

Arcus Scholarship Fund (2010) Established by Jon Stryker to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

The Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship Fund (2004) Established by Edward P. Bass (B.S. 1968, Arch. 1972) to bring distinguished private and public sector development leaders to the School on a regular basis as visiting Fellows who participate in advanced studios and seminars as a way to give students insight into the real-world development process and the role the architect plays as part of a development team.

Myriam Bellazoug Memorial Fund (1999) Established in honor of Myriam Bellazoug (M.Arch. 1991) to support lectures and symposia held in conjunction with the publication of the most recent issue of Perspecta, The Yale Architectural Journal. Ms. Bellazoug was editing what was to be Perspecta 30 when she died in the mysterious crash of TWA Flight 800 on July 17, 1995. She was flying to Paris as part of her work in the New York office of the architect Peter Marino, who, together with friends of Ms. Bellazoug, established this fund. The following persons have delivered a Myriam Bellazoug Memorial Lecture:

  • Mark Wigley, Spring 2000
  • Herman Spiegel, Fall 2000
  • Sandy Isenstadt, Fall 2001
  • K. Michael Hays, Spring 2002
  • Kenneth Frampton, Fall 2003
  • Felicity Scott, Fall 2004
  • Neil Denari, Fall 2005
  • Sam Jacob, Spring 2006
  • Tom Wiscombe, Fall 2006
  • Reinhold Martin, Fall 2007
  • Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Spring 2008
  • Matthew Coolidge, Fall 2008
  • Armin Linke, Spring 2010
  • Thomas de Monchaux, Spring 2011
  • Adrian Benepe, Spring 2012
  • Preston Scott Cohen, Timur Galen, and Nader Tehrani, Fall 2013
  • Sean Keller, Spring 2014

William Henry Bishop Fund (1929) Established by a bequest of William Henry Bishop (B.A. 1867) to support a professorship in architecture.

Frederick Bland Scholarship Fund (2005) Established by Frederick Bland (B.A. 1968, M.Arch. 1972) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Wendy Elizabeth Blanning Fund (1976) Established by friends and family as a memorial to Wendy Elizabeth Blanning, class of 1978. The fund supports the awarding of a prize to a second-year student in the School of Architecture who has shown the most promise of development in the profession.

John A. Carrafiell Scholarship Fund (2009) Established by John A. Carrafiell (B.A. 1987) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture, with preference for students interested in urbanism.

John A. Carrafiell Teaching Fund (2009) Established by John A. Carrafiell (B.A. 1987) to support teaching and research associated with courses taught at the School of Architecture, with preference for course work in the areas of study of urbanism and professional practice.

Centerbrook Architects Fund for the Study of Craft (2010) Established by Jefferson B. Riley (M.Arch. 1972), Mark Simon (M.Arch. 1972), Chad Floyd (B.A. 1966, M.Arch. 1973), and James C. Childress to provide support to train Yale graduate students of architecture to make things by hand, especially those where the hand of the craftsman is evidenced.

William G. (Arch. 1930) and Virginia Field Chester Scholarship Fund (2009) Established by the Trust of William G. Chester (M.Arch. 1930) and Virginia Field Chester to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Austin Church III Family Fund for Perspecta (2004) Established by Austin Church III (B.A. 1960) to support the publication of Perspecta, The Yale Architectural Journal.

The Clarke Family Scholarship Fund (2006) Established by Fred W. Clarke III and Laura Weir Clarke to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Richard D. Cohen Scholarship Fund (2007) Established by Richard D. Cohen to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Robert Leon Coombs Scholarship Fund (2002) Established by a bequest of Robert Leon Coombs (M.Arch. 1971) to endow a scholarship in recognition of outstanding architectural ability.

William B. and Charlotte Shepherd Davenport Fund (1943) Established by Professor Shepherd Stevens (B.F.A. 1922, M.A. Hon. 1930) as a memorial to the donor’s aunt and uncle for an endowment of a professorship in Architecture.

Robert W. DeForest Fund (1927) Established by Robert Weeks DeForest (B.A. 1870) to support the general purposes of the School.

Dilworth Family Scholarship Fund (2007) Established by Charles D. Dilworth (B.A. 1979, M.Arch. 1983) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Peter H. Dominick, Jr. Fellowship Fund for Travel (2009) Established by The Fourth Century Trust and the gifts of various friends, colleagues, and family in memory of Peter H. Dominick, Jr. (B.A. 1963), to support travel for undergraduate and/or graduate students and faculty traveling together to locations related to areas of study within the School of Architecture, and/or to support independent travel by one or more students in the Ph.D. program within the School of Architecture, and/or one or more advanced master’s degree students within the School of Architecture.

Caroline E. Dudley Fund (1935) Established as a bequest by Caroline E. Dudley to support the general purposes of the School.

Enid Storm Dwyer Scholarship in Architecture Fund (1994) Established by Enid Storm Dwyer to endow a scholarship in recognition of a student who demonstrates outstanding professional promise.

H.I. Feldman Prize Fund (1955) Established by Hyman I. Feldman (B.F.A. 1920) for a prize to be awarded annually for the best solution of an architectural problem, taking into consideration the practical, functional, and aesthetic requirements of that problem. Since 1981, the following students have been awarded the H.I. Feldman Prize:

  • Brian Edward Healy, 1981
  • Charles F. Lowrey, Jr., 1982
  • Stefan Ragnar Hastrup, 1983
  • Jun Mitsui, 1984
  • Herbert Martin Hodgman, 1985
  • David DuShane Harland, Jr., 1986
  • Douglas A. Garofalo and Madeleine Sanchez, 1987
  • Gilbert Pierson Schafer III, 1988
  • Steve Lawrence Dumez, 1989
  • Carrie M. Burke, 1990
  • Douglas Neal Kozel, 1991
  • Norberto Abel Bressano, 1992
  • Michael A. Harshman, 1993
  • Michael R. Haverland, 1994
  • Ira Thomas Zook III, 1995
  • Russell Starr Katz and Rosemary Welle, 1996
  • Gregory Joseph Goebel, 1997
  • Kevin P. Owens, 1998
  • Kok Kian Goh, 1999
  • Mark Foster Gage, 2000
  • David Mabbott, 2001
  • John M. Nafziger and Sarah Elizabeth Strauss, 2002
  • Marshall A. Bell, 2003
  • Christopher Allen Marcinkoski and Andrew Thomas Moddrell, 2004
  • Ralph Colt Bagley IV and Jonah C. Gamblin, 2005
  • Russell Jon Greenberg, 2006
  • Dana L. Getman, 2007
  • Dylan M. Sauer, 2008
  • Emily Arden Wells, 2009
  • Anne-Marie Paula Armstrong, 2010
  • Daniel Gregory Markiewicz and Ryan Welch, 2011
  • Amir Mikhaeil, 2012
  • Christina Argyrou, 2013

Samuel J. Fogelson Memorial Fund (1979) Established by Richard C. Fogelson (B.Arch. 1965) in memory of his father to support scholarship aid.

Lord Norman R. Foster Scholarship Fund (2009) Established by the Hearst Corporation in honor of Norman R. Foster (M.Arch. 1962, D.F.A.H. 2003), architect of the Hearst Tower in New York City, selected to receive the 2008 International Highrise Award by the City of Frankfurt, Germany, and DekaBank, to encourage one or more students who might otherwise not be able to attend the Yale School of Architecture.

Lord Norman R. Foster ’62 M.Arch., ’03 D.F.A.H. Visiting Professorship in Architecture (2009) Established by Norman Foster to fund a visiting professorship in architecture, with preference for international visiting faculty.

Mary C. Fosburgh Fund (2003) Established by the bequest of Mary C. Fosburgh to provide general support of activities of the School.

Fund for Urban Studies at Yale (2011) Established by an anonymous donor to support a permanent faculty position of leadership for Yale University’s urban studies initiative.

Harvey Geiger Fund for Undergraduate Travel and Research in Architecture (2013) Established by Harvey R. Geiger (B.A. 1964, M.C.P. 1969, M.Arch. 1969) to support travel and research for undergraduates majoring in Architecture.

General Architecture Fund (1976 and 1978) Established by various donors to provide unrestricted funds for the general support of the School of Architecture.

Brendan Gill Lectureship Fund (1987) Established by Herbert P. McLaughlin (B.A. 1956, M.Arch. 1958) to honor the writer and critic Brendan Gill (B.A. 1936). The following persons have delivered a Brendan Gill Lecture:

  • Brendan Gill, Spring 1988
  • Neil Levine, Spring 1990
  • Dolores Hayden, Fall 1990
  • Charles Moore, Fall 1991
  • Morris Lapidus, Spring 1993
  • David Hickey, Spring 1995
  • Ken Silver, Spring 1995
  • Allucquere Rosanne Stone, Fall 1997
  • Terence Riley, Spring 1999
  • Kenneth Frampton, Spring 2000
  • Hugh Hardy, Spring 2000
  • Charles Jencks, Fall 2000
  • Peter Corrigan, Spring 2001
  • Phyllis Lambert, Spring 2002
  • Roger Kimball, Fall 2002
  • Roger Connah, Spring 2003
  • Edward Casey, Fall 2003
  • Robert Bruegmann, Spring 2004
  • Jean-Louis Cohen, Fall 2004
  • Hal Foster, Spring 2005
  • Esther de Costa Meyer, Fall 2005
  • Wendy Steiner, Spring 2006
  • Jeffrey Kipnis, Fall 2006
  • Pier Vittorio Aureli, Fall 2007
  • David Brownlee, Spring 2008
  • Robert Campbell, Fall 2008
  • Nicholas Fox Weber, Spring 2009
  • Glenn Adamson, Fall 2009
  • Nasser Rabbat, Spring 2011
  • Kenneth Frampton, Fall 2011
  • Joel Kotkin, Fall 2011
  • Mary Ann Caws, Jean-Louis Cohen, Beatriz Colomina, Peter Eisenman, Mark Jarzombek, and Kevin Repp, Fall 2012
  • Sylvia Lavin, Fall 2013
  • Paola Antonelli, Charles Jencks, Greg Lynn, Frédéric Migayrou, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Spring 2014

Alexander Gorlin Scholarship Fund (2006) Established by Alexander Gorlin (M.Arch. 1980) Architects to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

James Wilder Green Dean’s Resource Fund (2006) Established by the estate of James Wilder Green (B.Arch. 1952) to support the School of Architecture’s exhibitions and other external initiatives.

Franklin U. Gregory Memorial Fund (1948) Established by Edna Gregory Crawford as a memorial to her brother, Franklin U. Gregory (B.A. 1891), to support scholarship aid.

Charles Gwathmey Professorship in Practice (2009) Established by Ralph and Ricky Lauren in memory of Charles Gwathmey (M.Arch. 1962), to honor Charles’s design achievements and to acknowledge the contributions that Charles made as an architect as well as an educator with unique abilities to motivate young people, this professorship supports teaching, research, and travel for distinguished senior design faculty at the School of Architecture.

Charles Gwathmey Scholarship Fund (2006) Established by Bette-Ann and Charles Gwathmey (M.Arch. 1962) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fund at the Yale School of Architecture (2009) Established by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation to support teaching and study of manual drawing at the School of Architecture.

Richard Hellmann Architectural Fund (1973) Established by the Richard Hellmann Foundation to support educational opportunities in the School.

Hilder Family Scholarship Fund (2005) Established by David B. Hilder to support scholarship aid for a student at the School.

The Hines Endowed Fund for Advanced Sustainability in Architectural Design (2008) Established by Gerald D. Hines to promote research and teaching that focus on the attempt to minimize, mitigate, and avoid adverse impacts on the natural environment and human health, while also enhancing beneficial contact between people and natural systems and processes in the built environment.

J.M. Hoppin Professorship of Architecture Fund (1923) Established by a bequest of James Mason Hoppin (B.A. 1840) to support a professorship in architecture.

Kenneth A. Housholder Memorial Scholarship Fund (2006) Established by the estate of Kenneth A. Housholder (B.Arch. 1947) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Kenneth A. Housholder Scholarship Fund (1982) Established by a gift of Kenneth A. Housholder (B.Arch. 1947) to create a scholarship in the School of Architecture.

Judith and Walter Hunt Fund in Architecture (2007) Established by Walter A. Hunt, Jr. (B.A. 1963, M.Arch. 1967) to support joint faculty and student travel related to areas of study at the School of Architecture.

Frank D. Israel Scholarship Fund (2008) Initiated by Frank O. Gehry (D.F.A. Hon. 2000), classmates, and friends in memory of Frank D. Israel (Arch. 1970) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown Endowed Fund for the Study of Contemporary Architecture (2007) Established by Elise Jaffe and Jeffrey Brown to support faculty and student research and related travel, and to disseminate the faculty and student findings, through publications, lectures, exhibitions, symposia, etc., with preference for the study of twentieth-century architecture.

Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professorship Fund (2003) Established in honor of Louis I. Kahn by an anonymous donor to fund a junior visiting professorship in design. First awarded in 2003.

Louis I. Kahn Visiting Professorship Fund (1980) Established by friends and colleagues of Louis I. Kahn to endow a visiting professorship in architecture. First awarded in 1999.

The Kibel Foundation Fund (2001) Established by the Kibel Foundation at the direction of Henry Kibel (M.Arch. 1947) to provide support for the School of Architecture’s exhibition and publication program.

Tai Soo Kim First-Year Building Project Fellowship Fund (2005) Established by Tai Soo Kim (M.Arch. 1962) to provide one or more fellowships for students enrolled at the Yale School of Architecture selected as First-Year Building Project summer interns working over the summer to complete the Building Project.

Fred Koetter and Susie Kim Endowed Fund (2007) Established by Fred Koetter, dean of the School of Architecture from 1993 until 1998, and Susie Kim to support travel expenses for the Post-Professional Studio at the Yale School of Architecture.

Kenneth S. Kuchin Scholarship Fund (2010) Established by Kenneth S. Kuchin to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Edward R. Lambert Fund (1929) Established as a bequest of Edward R. Lambert (Ph.B. 1910, Cert.Eng. 1912) to be used for the encouragement of architecture as a fine art.

Faith Lasser Memorial Scholarship Fund (2009) Established by David M. Schwarz (M.Arch. 1974), and the gifts of family and friends, in memory of David’s mother, Faith Lasser, to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Lois Alm Lenahan Memorial Dean’s Resource Fund (2007) Established by a gift of Lois Lenahan, as directed by her daughters, Elizabeth Lenahan, K. C. Perkins, and Nancy Gourley, to provide support for the study of landscape architecture at the School of Architecture.

Timothy Egan Lenahan Memorial Fund (1994) Established by friends and family of Timothy Egan Lenahan (B.A. 1980, M.Arch. 1984) to support an annual lecture focusing on the relationship between landscape and architecture and to support the teaching of landscape. The following persons have delivered a Timothy Egan Lenahan Memorial Lecture:

  • Richard Haag, Spring 1996
  • James Corner, Fall 1997
  • Michael Sorkin, Spring 1999
  • Witold Rybczynski, Fall 1999
  • Mario Schjetnan, Spring 2000
  • Kathryn Gustafson, Fall 2000
  • Michael Van Valkenburgh, Spring 2001
  • Stan Allen and James Corner, Spring 2002
  • Peter Walker, Spring 2003
  • Alessandra Ponte, Spring 2004
  • Morgan Dix Wheelock, Spring 2005
  • Mirka Benes, Spring 2006
  • Adriaan Geuze, Spring 2007
  • Kate Orff, Fall 2007
  • Walter Hood, Fall 2008
  • Elizabeth Meyer, Spring 2010
  • Kristina Hill, Spring 2011
  • Charles Waldheim, Spring 2012
  • Thaisa Way, Spring 2013
  • Anette Freytag, Spring 2014

Yen and Dolly Liang Scholarship Fund (2002) Established at the bequest of Dolly Liang in memory of herself and her husband, Yen Liang (B.F.A. 1931), an architect and writer of children’s books. This fund supports student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Lin Art/Architecture Scholarship Fund (2011) Established by Maya Y. Lin (B.A. 1981, M.Arch. 1986, D.F.A.H. 1987) to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Charles O. Matcham Scholarship Fund (1954) Established by Charles O. Matcham (B.A. 1925) to honor Charles A. and Margaret O. Matcham, his father and mother. This fund supports a scholarship for a last-year student who is known to be in need of financial support and who has shown in previous years to have outstanding qualities meriting such support.

Carroll L.V. Meeks Memorial Scholarship Fund (1968) Established by associates, friends, and former students of History of Architecture Professor Carroll L.V. Meeks (B.A. 1928, B.F.A. in architecture 1931, M.A. 1934) to award scholarship funds to students in the School of Architecture.

Everett Victor Meeks Graduate Fellowship Fund (1956) Established by various donors as a memorial to Everett Victor Meeks (B.A. 1901, B.F.A. 1917, M.A. Hon. 1919), former dean of the School of the Fine Arts, to award fellowships.

J. Irwin Miller Endowment (2010) Established by William I. Miller (B.A. 1978), Catherine G. Miller, Elizabeth G. Miller, and Margaret I. Miller (M.A. 1968) in memory of their father, J. Irwin Miller (B.A. 1931), to support an annual J. Irwin Miller Symposium in the School of Architecture.

Charles W. Moore Building Program Fund (1995) Established by Centerbrook Architects, various friends, and colleagues of Charles W. Moore, former dean of the School, to provide summer income for student interns working on the School’s First-Year Building Project.

David C. Morton II Scholarship Fund (2004) Established by Anne Morton Kimberly in memory of her son, David C. Morton II (B.A. 1963, M.Arch. 1968) to support financial aid for students at the School of Architecture.

A. Whitney Murphy Scholarship Fund (1992) Established as a bequest of A. Whitney Murphy (B.A. 1938, B.F.A. in architecture 1941) to assist a needy student in the final year at the School of Architecture.

George Nelson Scholarship Fund (1988) Established in honor of George Nelson (B.A. 1928, B.F.A. in architecture 1931), architect, product designer, and writer, by Herman Miller, Inc., and Mrs. George Nelson to award each year scholarships to second-year graduate students of architecture for support for an independent course of study. The following students have been awarded the George Nelson Scholarship:

  • William Vahan Fereshetian, 1989
  • Erika Gabrielle Belsey, 1990
  • Maitland Jones III, 1991
  • Scott John Specht, 1992
  • Sergey Olhovsky, 1993
  • Andrew Jesse McCune, 1994
  • Courtney Elizabeth Miller, 1995
  • Bertha A. Olmos, 1996
  • Emily Sheya Kovner, 1997
  • Bruce David Kinlin, 1998
  • Samer M. Bitar, 1999
  • Paul Arougheti, 2000
  • Noah K. Biklen, 2001
  • Andrew F. Davis and Francine Hsu (joint project), 2002
  • Christopher Harrison Cayten, 2003
  • Ralph Colt Bagley IV, 2004
  • Michele Naomi Darling, 2005
  • Brook Giles Denison, 2006
  • Garret James Gantner, 2007
  • John C. Brough, 2008
  • Parsa Khalili, 2008
  • Aidan Doyle, 2009
  • Palmyra Geraki, 2009
  • Marija Brdarski, 2010
  • Emmett Zeifman, 2010
  • Can Vu Bui, 2011
  • Thomas Matthew Rolles Fryer, 2011
  • Gary Leggett, 2012
  • Ivan Farr, 2013
  • John Blakely Wolfe, 2014

New Practice Paradigms Lectureship Fund (2007) Established by Phillip G. Bernstein (B.A. 1979, M.Arch. 1983) and Nancy Alexander (B.A. 1979, M.B.A. 1984) to support teaching and research in practice innovation within the School of Architecture, with particular focus on the leadership role of the architect in the building process.

Ng Chi Sing Scholarship Fund (2012) Established by Louis Ng, parent of Rafael Ng (M.Arch. 2013), to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture, with first preference for students from Hong Kong and Macau, and second preference for students from Asia.

John Henry Niemeyer Fund (1942) Established as a bequest of John Henry Niemeyer (M.A. Hon. 1874) to be used to promote the interests and educational facilities of the School.

The Nitkin Family Dean’s Discretionary Fund in Architecture (2004) Established by Bradley Nitkin (B.A. 1969) to provide support to a dean’s discretionary fund.

William Edward Parsons Memorial Medal (1941) Established by Myra Louise Parsons as a memorial to her husband, William Edward Parsons (B.A. 1895, B.F.A. 1905), designer, architect, and city planner who, at the end of his career, established a program in city planning at the School. This fund provides a medal to a member of the graduating class who has shown the greatest excellence in group or city planning.

Cesar Pelli Scholarship Fund (2005) Established by Cesar Pelli, dean of the School of Architecture from 1977 until 1984, to provide financial assistance to students at the Yale School of Architecture.

Donald I. Perry Book Fund in the Yale School of Architecture (2008) Established by the bequest of Donald I. Perry (B.Arch. 1953) for acquisitions at the Yale School of Architecture.

Perspecta Gift Fund (2000) Established by various donors to support the publication expenses for Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal.

Henry A. Pfisterer Scholarship Fund (1984) Established by friends to honor Henry A. Pfisterer, a professor of architectural engineering from 1941 until his death in 1972 and acting chairman in 1957.

Pickard Chilton Dean’s Resource Fund (2011) Established by Jon Pickard (M.Arch. 1979) and William D. Chilton, founding partners of the architectural firm Pickard Chilton, to support the priorities of the School of Architecture, with a preference for the fabrication and installation of exhibitions.

Pickard Chilton Fellowship Fund (2006) Established by Jon Pickard (M.Arch. 1979) and William D. Chilton, founding partners of the architectural firm Pickard Chilton, to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Alexander Purves Fund (2005) Initiated by Steven Harris, Deborah Berke, and friends to honor and recognize Professor Emeritus Alexander Purves (B.A. 1958, M.Arch. 1965) for his dedication and outstanding years of teaching undergraduate architecture majors. This fund provides support for the undergraduate major at the School of Architecture.

Henry Hart Rice Fund in Architecture (1999) Established by a gift from the Rice Family Foundation to support degree-related travel at the School of Architecture.

James Gamble Rogers Memorial Fellowship Fund (1990) Established by James G. Rogers (B.A. 1931) to honor his father, James Gamble Rogers (B.A. 1889), to award fellowships to second-year students in the first professional degree program on financial aid who have demonstrated skill as designers and interest in critical thought.

Daniel Rose (1951) Visiting Assistant Professorship (2007) Established by Joseph B. Rose (B.A. 1981) and Gideon G. Rose (B.A. 1985) to honor their father, Daniel Rose, to fund a visiting assistant professorship in urban and environmental studies.

The David W. Roth and Robert H. Symonds Memorial Lecture Fund (2000) Established as a gift of W. Mason Smith III (M.Arch. 1965) to honor his classmates David W. Roth and Robert H. Symonds. This fund supports a lecture plus a day in small-group meetings that expose Yale students to disciplines other than architecture, thereby reinforcing the broad goals of the profession. The following persons have delivered a David W. Roth and Robert H. Symonds Memorial Lecture:

  • Richard Sennett, Fall 2000
  • Richard Swett, Spring 2002
  • Arjun Appadurai, Spring 2003
  • Richard Kuhns, Fall 2003
  • Setha Low, Spring 2005
  • Steven Johnson, Spring 2006
  • Mark Gottdiener, Spring 2007
  • Adrian Favell, Spring 2008
  • Loïc Wacquant, Spring 2009
  • Saskia Sassen, Spring 2010
  • Thomas Y. Levin, Spring 2011
  • Neil Smith, Spring 2012
  • Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Spring 2013
  • Trevor Paglen, Spring 2014

Marshall Ruben and Carolyn Greenspan First-Year Building Project Fellowship Fund (2007) Established by Marshall S. Ruben (B.A. 1982) and Carolyn B. Greenspan to provide fellowships to student summer interns working on the School’s First-Year Building Project.

Paul Rudolph Lectureship Fund (1986) Established by Claire and Maurits Edersheim to create an annual lectureship to honor Paul Rudolph (M.A. Hon. 1958), former chairman of the Department of Architecture of the School of Art and Architecture and designer of three buildings at Yale, including the Art & Architecture Building (1963), renamed Paul Rudolph Hall in 2008. The following persons have delivered a Paul Rudolph Lecture:

  • Paul Rudolph, 1987
  • Robert A.M. Stern, 1988
  • Michael McKinnell, 1989
  • Charles Gwathmey, 1990
  • Philip Johnson, 1991
  • Alison and Peter Smithson, 1992
  • Colin Rowe, 1994
  • Carlos Jimenez and Mark Mack, 1995
  • John Hejduk, 1997
  • Bernard Tschumi, Spring 1999
  • Patricia Patkau, Fall 1999
  • Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, Spring 2000
  • Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi, Fall 2000
  • Shigeru Ban, Spring 2001
  • Will Bruder, Spring 2002
  • Bernard Tschumi, Spring 2003
  • Moshe Safdie, Fall 2003
  • David Childs, Spring 2004
  • Thom Mayne, Fall 2004
  • Vincent Scully, Spring 2005
  • Massimiliano Fuksas, Fall 2005
  • Tony Fretton, Spring 2006
  • Kazuyo Sejima, Fall 2006
  • Paul Andreu, Spring 2008
  • Adrian Forty, Spring 2009
  • Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Spring 2010
  • Robert Maxwell, Fall 2010
  • Stanley Tigerman, Fall 2011
  • François Roche, Spring 2012
  • Brigitte Shim, Fall 2012
  • Wang Shu, Spring 2013
  • Philippe Rahm, Fall 2013

Paul Rudolph Publication Fund (2000) Established by Claire and Maurits Edersheim in honor of Paul Rudolph (M.A. Hon. 1958) to support the School’s ability to inform a broader audience through print and electronic media.

Ruesch Family Scholarship Fund (2006) Established by Jeanne Ruesch to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Harvey R. Russell Architecture Scholarship Fund (2002) Established by Katherine Hauschild in the memory of Harvey R. Russell (B.A. 1934, M.S. 1936) and that of Katherine Hauschild. This fund supports student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Eero Saarinen Memorial Scholarship Fund (1962) Established by classmates, business associates, and friends of Eero Saarinen (B.Arch. 1934, M.A. Hon. 1949) to fund scholarship awards to students in the School of Architecture.

Eero Saarinen Visiting Professorship Fund (1982) Established by Kevin Roche, colleagues, and friends of Eero Saarinen (B.Arch. 1934, M.A. Hon. 1949) to support a visiting professorship in architecture and to support lectures by architects and other individuals to broaden professional education about issues within the manmade environment. The following persons have delivered an Eero Saarinen Lecture:

  • Anthony A. Williams, Fall 2000
  • Thomas Krens, Spring 2002
  • Joseph Rose, Fall 2002
  • Daniel Doctoroff, Spring 2004
  • Stephen Wolfram, Spring 2005
  • Amanda Burden, Spring 2006
  • Susan Fainstein, Spring 2007
  • Thomas Heatherwick, Spring 2008
  • Cameron Sinclair, Spring 2009
  • Tom Vanderbilt, Spring 2010
  • Edward Glaeser, Spring 2012
  • Dr. Richard Jackson, Fall 2012
  • Toni L. Griffin, Fall 2013

Sam’s Fund (2006) Established by Susan Mead in honor of her grandson, Sam Roane, to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Ulli Scharnberg Scholarship in Memory of Carroll L.V. Meeks Fund (2001) Established by Hans-Ullrich Scharnberg (M.Arch. 1959) in honor of History of Architecture Professor Carroll L.V. Meeks (B.A. 1928, B.F.A. in architecture 1931, M.A. 1934) to provide scholarship support for a student who has prior experience in an architect’s office.

School of Architecture Scholarship Fund (2007) Established by Robert A. Stewart to support student scholarship at the School of Architecture.

David M. Schwarz Dean’s Discretionary Fund (2002) Established by David M. Schwarz (M.Arch. 1974) to provide incremental income to be used at the discretion of the dean for the general support of the School of Architecture.

David M. Schwarz Scholarship Fund (2009) Established by Ken Kuchin in honor of David M. Schwarz (M.Arch. 1974) to provide scholarships for one or more students at the Yale School of Architecture.

The Vincent Scully Visiting Professorship Fund (2003) Established in honor of Vincent Scully by an anonymous donor to fund a visiting professorship in architectural history.

Selby-Vail Fund (2009) Established by Norman C. Selby (B.A. 1974) and Melissa G. Vail (B.A. 1974) to support term-time teacher-directed travel for students in the undergraduate Architecture major.

Frederick M.R. Smith Fund (1997) Established in Yale College by Frederick M.R. Smith (B.A. 1963) to support the undergraduate Architecture major.

Gordon H. Smith Lectureship in Practical Architecture Fund (1980) Established by Gordon H. Smith (B.E. 1957) to fund lectures in the School of Architecture. The following persons have delivered a Gordon H. Smith Lecture:

  • Paul Pippin, Fall 1981
  • Edward B. Allen, Fall 1982
  • Malcolm Wells, Spring 1984
  • David Billington, Fall 1984
  • William LeMessurier, Spring 1986
  • Peter Budd, Spring 1987
  • Stephen Tobriner, Fall 1987
  • Myron Goldsmith, Fall 1989
  • Robert Silman, Fall 1990
  • Eladio Dieste, Fall 1992
  • Anton Alberts, Spring 1994
  • Cecil Balmond, Fall 1997
  • Rafael Viñoly, Spring 1999
  • Gordon H. Smith, Fall 2000
  • Jorg Schlaich, Spring 2002
  • Leslie Robertson, Spring 2003
  • Edward Feiner, Spring 2004
  • Chris Wise, Spring 2005
  • Werner Sobek, Spring 2006
  • Aine Brazil, Spring 2007
  • David Billington, Spring 2008
  • Charles Gwathmey, Elizabeth Skowronek, Robert Leiter, Patrick Bellew, and Arthur Heyde, Spring 2009
  • Guy Nordenson, Spring 2010
  • Hanif Kara, Spring 2011
  • William Baker, Spring 2012
  • Robert Davidson, Spring 2013
  • Jim Eyre, Spring 2014

Herman D.J. Spiegel Scholarship Fund (1999) Established by Herman D. J. Spiegel (M.Eng. 1955), former professor and dean of the School of Architecture from 1972 to 1977, to provide scholarship to a student in the School of Architecture who best brings together both the study of structural engineering and its implications in his or her design projects.

Robert A.M. Stern Fund (2001) Established by Judy and Walter A. Hunt, Jr. (B.A. 1963, M.Arch. 1967) to recognize the accomplishments of Robert A.M. Stern (M.Arch. 1965) as dean, beginning in 1998, at the School of Architecture. This fund supports School exhibitions, publications, and other efforts to heighten awareness of architecture.

John W. Storrs Scholarship Fund (2001) Established by Ann S. Lloyd to honor and recognize the distinguished career of her brother, John W. Storrs (B.Arch. 1950), as a practicing architect in Portland, Oregon. This fund supports a scholarship in the School of Architecture.

Tang Family Scholarship Fund (2014) Established by Oscar Tang (B.E. 1960); his wife, Hsin-Mei Agnes Hsu; and his daughter, Dana Tang (M.Arch. 1995), to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture for students from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.

Stanley Tigerman Scholarship Fund (2004) Initiated by Frank O. Gehry (D.F.A. Hon. 2000) and other friends and family in honor of Stanley Tigerman (B.Arch. 1960, M.Arch. 1961), to provide financial aid for one or more students in the School of Architecture.

Rutherford Trowbridge Memorial Publication Fund (1920) Established by Mrs. Rutherford Trowbridge as a memorial to her husband, Rutherford Trowbridge, to support the publication of architectural studies.

The Jim Vlock First-Year Building Project Fund (2008) Established in honor of Jim Vlock by Michael Vlock and Karen Pritzker to support the First-Year Building Project at the School of Architecture.

Robert Allen Ward Fund (1980) Established by the bequest of Mabel H. Ward to honor her stepson, Robert Allen Ward (B.A. 1928, B.F.A. 1932). This fund supports scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Richard White Memorial Fund (1995) Established by the bequest of Jacques Miller (B.F.A. 1938) and gift of Cynthia H. Petersen to benefit students of the School of Architecture, with a preference for activities related to student life. This fund is named in memory of Richard White, a friend’s son who perished on the Titanic.

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney Fund (1927) Established by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, wife of Harry Payne Whitney (B.A. 1894), to provide general-purpose support of the School.

William Wirt Winchester Fund (1895) Established by Mrs. Jane Ellen Winchester and Mrs. Hannah Bennett as a memorial to their son and brother, William Wirt Winchester, to support a fellowship for study and travel outside the United States and considered to be the School’s most prestigious award. Since 1965, the following students have been awarded the William Wirt Winchester Traveling Fellowship:

  • John I. Pearce and Alexander Purves, 1965
  • John Wood Galston, 1966
  • Henry John Gilbert Hawthorn, 1967
  • Robert Terry Renfro, 1968
  • Meinhardt J.D. Christiansen Jr., 1969
  • Roland F. Bedford, 1970
  • Ray Steven Oliver, 1971
  • Carison Wade, 1972
  • John Paul Chadwick Floyd, 1973
  • Hillary Ann Brown, 1974
  • James Howard Jorgenson, 1975
  • Stefani Danes Ledewitz, 1976
  • Kevin Lichten, 1977
  • Frederic MacN. Ball, 1978
  • Kevin Hart, 1979
  • Turan Duda, 1980
  • Brian E. Healy, 1981
  • John A. Boecker, 1982
  • Frank M. Lupo, 1983
  • Michael R. Davis, 1984
  • Robert L. Botswick, 1985
  • John B. Tittmann, 1986
  • Douglas A. Garofalo, 1987
  • Alan W. Organschi, 1988
  • William Franklin Conway, 1989
  • Stephen Ellson Brockman, 1990
  • Sophie Harvey, 1991
  • Larry Cohen, 1992
  • Nora E. Demeter, 1993
  • Andrew David Reeder, 1994
  • Laura Y. King, 1995
  • Kumiko Inui, 1996
  • Leah S. Hall, 1997
  • Jennifer H. Bloom, 1998
  • Benjamin William de Rubertis, 1998
  • Jonathan David Bolch, 1999
  • Brian Papa, 2000
  • Robert T. Zirkle, 2001
  • Ameet N. Hiremath, 2002
  • Jonathan A. Toews, 2003
  • Katherine Elizabeth Davies, 2004
  • Ralph Colt Bagley IV, 2005
  • Christopher Ray Kitterman, 2006
  • Gregorio Santamaria Lubroth, 2007
  • Dana L. Getman, 2008
  • Parsa Khalili, 2009
  • Carlos Felix Raspall Galli, 2010
  • Daniel Gregory Markiewicz, 2011
  • Miroslava Brooks, 2012
  • Sarah Frances Gill, 2013
  • Kathleen Bridget Stranix, 2014

Gertraud A. Wood Traveling Fund (1983) Established by Gertraud A. Wood’s husband, Leonard Wood, as well as Mrs. Wood’s friends and associates, to support a travel prize to be awarded to an outstanding second-year student. Mrs. Wood was the administrative assistant to three deans of the School of Architecture from 1967 through 1981. The following students have been awarded the Gertraud A. Wood Traveling Fellowship:

  • Michael Davis, 1983
  • Chariss McAfee, 1984
  • Margaret Virginia Chapman, 1985
  • Jennifer Tate, 1986
  • Camilo Alberto Gonzalez, 1987
  • Stephen Donald Luoni, 1988
  • Frieda Margarite Menzer, 1989
  • Lisa Joyce Quatrale, 1990
  • Robert Schultz, 1991
  • Gitta Robinson, 1992
  • John Bertram, 1993
  • Michael Benjamin Levy, 1994
  • Steven Andrew Roberts, 1995
  • Victor Agran, 1996
  • Dean Sakamoto, 1997
  • Kara J. Bartelt, 1998
  • Cara M. Cragan, 1999
  • Katharine Stevens, 2000
  • Victoria Partridge, 2001
  • Jonathan Toews, 2002
  • Elicia Keebler, 2003
  • Jonah C. Gamblin, 2004
  • Frederick C. Scharmen, 2005
  • Elisa S.Y. Lui, 2006
  • Maria Claudia Melniciuc, 2007
  • Garrett Thomas Omoto, 2007
  • Catherine E. Anderson, 2008
  • Matthew A. Roman, 2008
  • Andrew Ashey, 2009
  • Matthew Aaron Zych, 2010
  • Miroslava Brooks, 2011
  • Christina Argyrou, 2012
  • Kathleen Bridget Stranix, 2013
  • Belinda Lee, 2014

George Morris Woodruff, Class of 1857, Memorial Lecture in Architecture (2010) Established by H. Allen Brooks (M.A. 1955) to support a lecture in architecture. The following persons have delivered a George Morris Woodruff, Class of 1857, Memorial Lecture:

Eve Blau, Spring 2012

Kurt W. Forster, Spring 2013

Barry Bergdoll, Fall 2013

Professor King-lui Wu Scholarship Fund (2011) Established by Pei-Tse “Loli” Wu (B.A. 1989) and Vivian Kuan, King-lui Wu’s son and daughter-in-law, to support student scholarships in the School of Architecture.

Professor King-lui Wu Teaching Fund (2006) To honor the legacy of Professor King-lui Wu, who taught at the School of Architecture for fifty-one years beginning in 1946, this fund was established by Pei-Tse “Loli” Wu (B.A. 1989) and Vivian Kuan, King-lui Wu’s son and daughter-in-law, as well as by friends, colleagues, and former students of Professor Wu. This fund recognizes faculty members who combine architectural practice with outstanding teaching by providing faculty with financial support. Recipients are selected by the vote of graduating students. The following faculty members have received the award:

  • Thomas H. Beeby, 2007
  • Keith Krumwiede, 2008
  • Alexander Purves, 2009
  • Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, 2010
  • Sunil Bald, 2011
  • Deborah Berke, 2012
  • Peter de Bretteville, 2013
  • Emmanuel Petit, 2014

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Term Funds

The School of Architecture has the following term funds. The date of the gift and the name of the donor are given in each instance.

Yansong Ma Scholarship (2013) Awarded to a student at the School of Architecture in recognition of Yansong Ma’s (M.Arch. 2002) annual participation in the Yale Alumni Fund Nathan Hale Associates program, which acknowledges donors of leadership annual gifts with the opportunity to name a one-year scholarship.

Rome: Continuity and Change Fund (2009) Established by Frannie and Gordon Burns (B.A. 1975) and Edward P. Bass (B.S. 1968, Arch. 1972) to support tuition, housing, and air fare for students enrolled in Rome: Continuity and Change, an intensive summer seminar that takes place in Rome.

Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize (1976) Established as a memorial by the family of Sonia Schimberg (M.Arch. 1950). This fund provides a prize to a graduating woman student recognized for outstanding academic performance.

School of Architecture Undergraduate Discretionary Fund (2010) Established by Michael C. Barry (B.A. 2009) to help defray the costs to students for materials and supplies required for class and studio assignments.

David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services Good Times Award (2000) Established by David Schwarz (M.Arch. 1974) to provide a graduating student with a fellowship to travel in Europe.

David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services Summer Internship and Traveling Fellowship (2000) Established by David Schwarz (M.Arch. 1974) to provide a non-graduating student with a summer internship and a traveling fellowship.

Janet Cain Sielaff Alumni Award (1983) Established by the Yale Architectural Alumni Association to honor Janet Sielaff, who, from 1976 until her death in 1983, served as the dean’s assistant for alumni affairs. This fund supports an award presented annually to a graduating student who has most significantly contributed to, and fostered, school spirit.

David Taylor Memorial Prize (1996) Established as a memorial to David Taylor, a student at the School from 1992 through 1994, who was stricken with an illness that took his life in 1995. This fund provides to a graduating student a prize to honor David’s strong interest in architectural criticism and his commitment to the pursuit of excellence in residential architecture.

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