Top photo: Student Russell Kenyon and Julius Gribou, College of
Architecture dean. Bottom photo: Student Nikki Manning and Gribou
UTSA architecture college awards $37K in scholarships
By James Benavides
Public Affairs Specialist
(May 8, 2007)--Nearly $37,000 in scholarships was awarded April 18 to 32 students at the UTSA College of Architecture Awards and Scholarship Assembly.
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Along with private donors, foundations and professional organizations, the university recognized the students for academic achievement and architectural innovation. Award recipients are listed below.
As the highest-ranked graduating senior in architecture, Russell Kenyon received the American Institute of Architects' Henry Adams Medal. The Henry Adams Certificate for the second-ranking student was awarded to Nikki Manning.
Cited for leadership, service and the promise of professional merit, Devin Oatman was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi Medal from the National Professional Fraternity for Architecture and the Allied Arts.
The UTSA College of Architecture is the second-largest architecture program in Texas and one of the fastest growing UTSA colleges with 953 students enrolled. The college will graduate 62 architecture majors and 27 interior design majors this year.
For more information, contact the UTSA College of Architecture at (210) 458-3010.
UTSA College of Architecture Awards and Scholarship Assembly awardees
USAA Foundation Scholarship
College of Architecture General Scholarship
AIA/San Antonio Chapter Scholarship
Bill and Diane Hays Endowed Scholarship in Architecture and Interior Design
Lloyd Jary Scholarship
Monte Vista Donald E. Everett Scholarship in Historic Preservation
San Antonio Masonry Contractor's Association Scholarship
Gene George Endowed Architecture Scholarship in Historic Preservation
Rinaldo J. Gonzalez and Alicia C. Trevino Endowed Scholarship in Architecture
San Antonio Conservation Society Eleanor Freeborn Bennett Educational Scholarship