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Full-time undergraduate students enrolled in any architecture degree program or majoring in architecture throughout the world or teams of two students, one of whom may be from another discipline are invited to submit a word Essay proposal responding to the Question.
What have architects done in the past and what can they do in the future to help reduce the negative effects of climate and climate change?
This year the topic is: Architecture and Climate Resilience. The competition is open to all current full-time registered students in an undergraduate architecture degree program or undergraduates majoring in architecture in accredited schools of architecture worldwide.
Diploma in Architecture students who have not yet completed their Diploma are also eligible. Essays must be submitted in English. Finalists will be required to provide proof of current registration in the form of copies of actual school transcripts. You are still eligible to compete if you were an undergraduate student on September 15,but graduate before the awards are scheduled to be given.
Two students maximum who meet the eligibility requirements above may collaborate as authors. An architecture student may team up with another undergraduate in architecture, landscape architecture, urban studies, arts and humanities, the social sciences, or engineering.
If two students collaborate, then both names must appear on their essay and if awarded a prize, the prize is to be equally shared. From the pool of essay proposals received, approximately 25 are selected by the PRIZE Committee as particularly promising.
The selected individual students, or student teams, become Semifinalists. These Semifinalists are invited to submit a 2,word essay, again in English, expanding on their proposals. A group of readers, composed of Committee members and invited colleagues, selects five-to-eight of the best essays and sends these Finalist essays to a jury of international academics and architects to select the winners.
Judging for the Berkeley Prize essay competition is on a numeric system. Does the Proposal address the Question? How creative, or creatively developed, is the Proposal?
Would the Proposal be clear to a broad audience? How does the Proposal rank in terms of writing style? How socially significant is the Proposal?
What is the potential for developing this Proposal into a strong essay? The remaining purse is to be allocated at the discretion of the Jury.
Launch of Berkeley Prize Essay Competition. Stage One word essay proposal due.
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The BERKELEY PRIZE Competition was established in , made possible by a generous gift of JUDITH LEE STRONACH to the Department of Architecture in the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley.
At the conclusion of the Essay Competition submittals, all Semifinalists are also invited to submit for a BERKELEY PRIZE Travel Fellowship.
Details for the Fellowship will be announced in the spring Title Description Keywords; April 09, Berkeley Prize Essay Competition.
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