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Fwd: FUNDING: Fellowship in Garden Design & Effects on humans

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: FUNDING: Fellowship in Garden Design & Effects on humans
  • From: Amanda Maria Edmonds <aedmonds@umich.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2004 18:17:42 -0500

Begin forwarded message:

Garden Club of America
Douglas Dockery Thomas Fellowship In Garden History And Design

DUE DATE:    Postmarked by January 15, 2005

AMOUNT:     $4,000

This fellowship was established in 2000 by Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer J. 
Thomas, Jr. and is awarded annually to an exceptional graduate student 
to assist with study and research at a leading American institution.  
The intent of this fellowship is to support an interest in garden 
history and design, as well as the unique place of gardens in our 
environment.  Project study would have wide scope, such as 
investigating new techniques of garden restoration; studying how small 
gardens created by community groups have impacted public gardens; 
exploring and documenting physical, emotional and spiritual healing 
properties of the garden; and instigating the development of gardens 
that use ecological and regenerative concepts, to name but a few 

Must be a graduate student studying at an American institution. 
Selection criteria will include the degree to which the proposed 
fellowship work addresses GCA objectives, as well as the excellence of 
the student's academic qualifications and person.

1. A cover letter
2. A written proposal for the work to be undertaken (limit 4 pages; 
proposal must contain an objective, outcome and methodology) .
3. A one-page budget for the proposed work
4. A current resume
5. A letter of endorsement from applicant's faculty advisor, which also 
certifies enrollment
6. Two additional recommendations

Contact/To Apply:
Ron Figura
Landscape Architecture Foundation
818 18th St, NW, Suite 810, Washington DC 20006-3520
Phone: (202) 331-7070, ext 10, Fax: (202) 331-7079
E-mail: rfigura@lafoundation.org

More information is available at:

Amanda Maria Edmonds    			                            	
Executive Director, Growing Hope

"We must be the change we wish to see in the world."
"To forget to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget 
					-Mahatma Ghandi

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