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BCSLA–UBC Landscape Architecture Scholarships

Philip Tattersfield Scholarship

2020 BCSLA Philip Tattersfield Essay Competition Scholarship:
Landscapes In Time

Background
The BC Society of Landscape Architects (BCSLA) Philip Tattersfield Essay Competition promotes design writing, diversifies student skillsets, and elevates the level of writing within the profession, early in the careers of future landscape architects.   Philip Tattersfield, LMBCSLA #001, FCSLA, had a distinguished career as the first landscape architect registered in British Columbia. Over his career, Tattersfield authored more than 150 publications, briefs, lectures, and television series in North America and overseas covering philosophical and technical aspects of practice. He was integral in shaping the BCSLA and contributed extensively to the BCSLA publication, SITELINES MAGAZINE. This scholarship was established to honour his memory.  Click here for full details.

Eligibility
Scholarship participants must be a current student of landscape architecture at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and must not have previously won the award.

2020 Topic
Landscapes in Time. Use the UBC or BC Archives to document a local (B.C.) landscape over time and discuss how the design of that landscape took into account change.

Submission Requirements
The essay is to be original and 1,000 words, submitted in PDF format. Images and quotations must include credits.

Timeline

January 15                     Competition opens

March 9                         Deadline for Submissions

March 31                        Deliberation

April 15                          Winner Announced

Philip Tattersfield Essay Competition Scholarship Winners

Dr. John Wesley Neill Prize
The British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects provides the Dr. John Wesley Neill Prize to the outstanding graduating student in Landscape Architecture.  The award recognizes that student who has demonstrated a high level of academic achievement, leadership ability and commitment to ideals of the profession and includes a $1,000 stipend.  While the travel stipend can be used for any travel project it is suggested for attendance at the annual meeting of the International Society of Arboriculture ISA (held in North American city in August of each year).  The award honours the founder of the program in Landscape Architecture at UBC and is made on the recommendation of the School or Architecture and Landscape Architecture in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

> Dr. John Wesley Neill Prize Winners

BCSLA ROBILLARD| LACF SCHOLARSHIP in Landscape Architecture
The Robillard Scholarship was originally established by the BCSLA in 1982 to honor the memory of BC Landscape Architect, Raoul Robillard. In January 2018, this endowment fund was transferred to Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation (LACF.)  The Foundation and BCSLA will administer this scholarship into the future.

The BCSLA ROBILLARD | LACF Scholarship awards $1,000 and a BCSLA Student to a deserving candidate. It is awarded to a student entering second year in the UBC Landscape Architecture program who, in the opinion of the faculty, demonstrates excellence in small-scale landscape design.  Learn more here. The British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects provides an $1,000 award and a BCSLA Student Membership in the memory of Raoul Robillard, to a student entering second year in the UBC Landscape Architecture program who, in the opinion of the faculty, demonstrates excellence in small scale landscape design. Raoul Robillard had a distinguished career as an early landscape architect in British Columbia and was a member of the British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects and a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. The award is made on the recommendation of the UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

> Robillard Scholarship Winners

Click to view background photo & credits
Project: Richmond Gate
Landscape Architect / Firm: LADR Landscape Architects
Location: Saanich, British Columbia
Photo Credit: LADR