International Division students by wall

For information about Study Abroad Grants, please contact Michael Kolber.


Previous Grantees



2019/2020

Alican Yildiz
Ph.D. Candidate in College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
University of Cincinnati

Beyond the Informality: Latin American Perspectives


Michael Keller Coulom
Master of City and Regional Planning
University of California, Berkeley 

Which Way Forward? Charting the Future of the Planning Industry in Post-Conflict Syria


2018/2019

Lynn Abdouni
PhD Environmental Design and Planning 
The University of Georgia

Representing land-use response in a laissez-faire framework: the case of three informal transportation nodes in the Beqaa Valley, Lebanon


Victoria Okoye
Ph.D. Candidate in Architecture
School of Architecture, University of Sheffield

Collaborative Research on Communal Spaces in Nima:  Reflections on Accra’s Urban History, with Learnings for Professional Planners


Kira Baltutis
Master’s in Urban Planning and Policy
The University of Illinois at Chicago

Sustainable Water Management Practices: Addressing a Water Scarcity Crisis in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India


2017-2018

Amanda Bryant
MSc in Urbanism
Delft University of Technology

The Redefinition of a Successful Suburb: A Comparative Study of Suburban Development Through the Case Studies of Amsterdam, Paris, and Vienna


Evan Todtz
Master of Science in Urban Design, Master of Science in Community & Regional Planning
UT School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin

Planning Truly 'Public' Spaces for Social Inclusion and Equity: Measuring the Publicness of Public Spaces in Medellín, Colombia


Sophonie Milande Joseph
Ph.D. Candidate in Urban Planning
Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning (GSAPP), Columbia University

Energy Justice: A Comparative Case Study of DecentralizedEnergy PlanningModels in Rural Ayiti