Keene, NH – The New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIANH) and the New Hampshire Architecture Foundation (NHAF) recently announced the recipients of their jointly sponsored scholarship programs. Grants of $1,250 were given to Stefan Burnett of Derry, and William Toohey of Rochester, both of whom will enter their third year this fall in the Wentworth Institute of Technology architecture program. A $500 grant was awarded to Genevieve Bristol of Etna, who will start her third year this fall at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design.
The scholarships were presented by Paul Bourbeau, AIA, president AIA New Hampshire and vice president of the NH Architecture Foundation, at a recent AIANH event at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire, Durham.
The AIA|NHAF Scholarships are granted to students who are currently enrolled or accepted to an accredited undergraduate or graduate professional architecture degree program and who are residents of New Hampshire. The scholarship program also accepts applications from Keene State College’s undergraduate preprofessional architecture program and NHTI, Concord’s CC, architecture engineering technology program. The AIA|NH Architecture Foundation scholarship program is supported in part by a grant from the AIA Component Scholarship Grant Program.