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Scholarships and Awards for BSLA students

Awarded through SEBS

Available to SEBS LA Department students only 

Don Paul Yaquinto Award
Kevin Dorko Memorial Scholarship Fund
Roy DeBoer Travel Prize
Bruce Hamilton Scholarship
NJASLA Student Design Award
Sustainable Landscape Leadership Award

Available to all SEBS Students

 
Rutgers Scholarships
Rudolf Van Der Goot Scholarship SEBS la fac
Cipriano 

Gardeners of Watchung Hills Scholarship

Awarded through the Landscape Architecture Department

GCNJ Florence S. McNeill LA Scholarship
GCNJ Elizabeth B. Merriam Scholarship
GCNJ Dr. Charles H. Connors Scholarship
Greenberg Farrow Scholarship
LAF Olmsted Scholarship  
ASLA Honor & Merit Award 

Scholarships without Nomination

Awarded through SEBS

Heylar House Residence Scholarship
International Summer Scholarships study abroad eofchancerlor
SEBS Scholarships
Rutgers Study Abroad Scholarship
SEBS EoF Scholarships

Other Scholarships / Internships

American Floral Endowment
ARTstor Travel Awards
Carl Feltz, Jr. Memorial Scholarship of the Community Foundation of NJ
EDSA Minority Scholarship
Fairways Garden Club x
Garden Club of America
Green Corps
Horticulture Academic Scholarship Application
IWLA National Scholarship
Landscape Architecture Foundation
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minorirty Participation (LSAMP)
Martha Washington Garden Club
Winston E. Parker Scholarships

Wyckoff Area Garden Club Sally Ditton Scholarship

MANO project

Recent graduate Edwin W. Gano (class of 18) and senior student Giovanni A. Caputo (class of 20) won the 2019 student award of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Their project The Garden Walk modifies the proposed Campus Walk from the Rutgers 2030 Master Plan. It connects existing natural resources and living labs on the Cook/Douglass campus. It promotes the living lab initiative at the University which encourages the use of outdoor classrooms. Interstitial spaces were used to designate potential areas for future living lab gardens. These can be installed by students to promote ownership and stewardship. Gardens will also address problems including stormwater management and carbon sequestration.
The research gathered from these labs will be disseminated into the community — reinforcing Rutgers’ role as the land grant university of New Jersey.
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