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2013 ASRG Recipients

Founded by the architecture class gift committee in 2013, the annual Architecture Student Research Grant encourages motivated students to collaborate across disciplines at the University of Michigan to propose and execute projects on contemporary architecture issues. The grant encourages research through making as part of the design process, and projects are presented to the college-at-large in both an exhibition and a public lecture. The grant is open to all continuing Taubman College architecture students who are enrolled in the program.

The 2013 Class Gift funds the grants to two juried projects. We are proud to launch this grant program as a unique opportunity for continuing students funded by graduating students. The goal is to recognize the outstanding efforts of Taubman students and provide financial backing for such projects. We proudly announce the 2013 Architecture Student Research Grant winners:

  • Graduate Level: Michigan Drone Research Lab will develop a weekend colloquium and hands-on workshop regarding aerial drone photography.
  • Undergraduate Level: In Search of Stillness will produce a visual essay of sacred and spiritual spaces revealed in architectural form.

The presentation and public exhibition of these projects will take place on October 1st, 2013. Please take note in advance the event is open and all are highly encouraged to attend.

Architecture Student Research Grant (PDF 50KB)
Supported by the 2013 Class Gift Fund


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