Southern Region


Southern Region Foundation

 

Southern Region Foundation 2017 Scholarship – LearningSCAPES Conference

This scholarship provides financial assistance for one or more individuals residing in the Southern Region states to attend the A4LE Annual Conference October 26 thru October 29, 2017 in Atlanta, GA. This important event brings together school planners, educators, and design and construction professionals from around the world to collaborate on ideas and issues relating to the planning and design of contemporary schools.

Preference will be given to those who have not attended a A4LE Annual Conference in the recent past due to financial burden. The maximum amount of this scholarship is $1,200 and may be applied to registration, travel and/or hotel costs as needed. Incidental expenses such as meals not covered by the conference fee and ground transportation are not included in this scholarship.

Click here to download the Application Package.

For all questions, contact Donna Robinson at donna@a4le.org.

Deadline for entries: August 4, 2017.

 

2017 Otto D. Grove Scholarship – Student Scholarship

 Congratulations to the 2017 Otto D. Grove Student Scholarship Recipients


Logan Engstrom
University of Texas,  Arlington

Chandler Householder
University of Texas, Austin

Danielle Johnson-Hazelwood
University of Houston

Debra Madera
Texas A&M University

Bronwyn Wismer
University of Houston

DEADLINE EXTENDED: JUNE 27, 2017

 

The A4LE Southern Region Foundation offers a competitive merit-based scholarship designed for students who desire financial support for their pursuit of undergraduate and post-graduate educational opportunities. The A4LE Southern Region Foundation is a non-profit organization established to support membership growth in the Southern Region by providing chapter support and scholarship opportunities to support the organization’s mission. The Foundation acts as a proactive catalyst for promoting the development of quality learning environments in the A4LE Southern Region by funding scholarships and grants through the Otto D. Grove Fund.

Scholarship Award:

Each academic year, five (5) student(s) will be selected as the recipients of a $3,000.00 A4LE Southern Region Foundation Otto D. Grove Scholarship Award. Students will be selected from within the Southern Region (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas).
 

Eligibility Requirements:

The  A4LE Southern Region Foundation Advisory Board seeks students for nomination who meet the following eligibility requirements:

1.    Nominee must complete and submit all application, achievement and essay forms and character recommendation letters required by the A4LE Southern Region Foundation. Character letters should be from professors or teachers and/or representatives from organizations or part time jobs.
2.    Candidate must be currently enrolled in a bachelors or post-graduate degree program at an accredited post-secondary institution within the Southern Region states.
3.    Nominee must submit evidence of enrollment at a college or accredited post-secondary institution or show evidence of a college or post- secondary institution acceptance letter.
4.    Candidates must show evidence that their major is architecture, engineering related to the building environment, construction management, education or another field related to educational facility planning and contributing to the mission of A4LE.

Submission Requirements:

Otto D. Grove Scholarship Award information packets, with all required submission forms, are available on-line at www.a4le.org.

The entire scholarship submission requirements will be accepted by submitting a single .pdf document (titled: 2017 Otto Grove- your name)  via email  to Donna  Robinson at  donna@A4LE.org by 5:00 p.m. on June 27, 2017.

Scholarship winner(s) will be notified by July  17, 2017.

Click here to download the Application.

 

 

2017 Otto D. Grove Scholarship – Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces

Congratulations to Ms. Meredith Contello!

Meredith is the recipient of the 2017 Otto D. Grove Advance Academy Scholarship!

The Southern Region Foundation is offering a competitive merit-based scholarship for the 2017 Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces. The Southern Region Foundation is a non-profit organization established to support membership growth in the Southern Region by providing chapter support and scholarship opportunities to support the organization's mission. The Foundation acts as a proactive catalyst for promoting the development of quality learning environments in the Southern Region by funding scholarships and grants through the Otto D. Grove Fund.

Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces
This intense, high quality program consists of six, 6-week online courses created by industry experts and is delivered through San Diego State University's Interwork Institute Center for Distance Learning (IL-CDL). The comprehensive program of study is grounded in the key knowledge and skills central to the sound planning, building and maintaining of learner-centered school facilities. Based on chapters of "Creating Connections: The Guide for Educational Facility Planning", each course addresses one phase of the capital project, while the complete program emphasizes a collaborative process that engages all stakeholders. The primary text is supplemented with relevant materials collected and developed by the expert instructors.

One (1) scholarship candidate will be selected as the recipient of a $4,900 Scholarship for the Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces. Recipient will be selected from within the Southern Region (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas).

The entire scholarship submission requirements will be accepted by submitting via email to Donna Robinson at donna@A4LE.org by 5:00 p.m. on April 25, 2017.

Click here to download the Application.

 

 

2017 Scholarship Application – Southern Region Annual Conference

The Southern Region Foundation is a non-profit organization established to foster research and scholarly study regarding the impact of school facilities on student achievement. The Foundation acts as a proactive catalyst for promoting the development of quality learning environments in the Southern Region by funding scholarships and grants through the Otto D. Grove Jr. Fund.

This scholarship provides financial assistance for one or more individuals residing in the Southern Region states to attend the Southern Region Annual Conference, April 1-4, 2017 in New Orleans, LA. This important event brings together school planners, educators, and design and construction professionals from around the world to collaborate on ideas and issues relating to the planning and design of contemporary schools.

Preference will be given to those who have not attended a Southern Region Annual Conference in the recent past due to financial burden. The maximum amount of this scholarship is $1,200 and may be applied to registration, travel and/or hotel costs as needed. Incidental expenses such as meals not covered by the conference fee and ground transportation are not included in this scholarship.

The Foundation Advisory Council will take up and consider all received applications and make a recommendation to the SR Board of Directors for a final award. Award recipient will be notified on or about February 14, 2017.

Application packets will be accepted until 5:00 pm CST on February 3, 2017.

Click here for all the details and to download the Application.

 

Funding & Donations

 

2017 Calendar

Scholarship
Description
Open
Submission Due
Winner Notified
Southern Region Conference Scholarships for members interested in attending the Southern Region Conference

January 13               

February 3 February 14
         
Advanced Academy Scholarship for members interested in participating in the Advanced Academy for 2017-2018 program April 3 April 25 May 5
         
Student Scolarships Scholarships for students attending college in the Fall in related fields to educational learning environments May 12 June 9 July 1
         
International Conference Scholarships for members interested in attending the conference in Atlanta, GA, October 25-30, 2017 July 7 August 8 August 18
         
Chapter Deadline for funding requests     September 1