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Summer Study Tours Abroad

Summer Study Tours Abroad

Summer Tour Scholarships


The Otto Sperr Traveling Scholarship

The Otto Sperr Traveling Scholarship will be awarded to one or two promising and deserving matriculated architectural students to support their participation in a Summer Study Tours this summer. Professor Otto Sperr, a dedicated member of our faculty, died in November 1998. He was both a skillful practitioner and a thoughtful and scholarly professor who was able to offer courses on any aspect of architectural practice. Over 26 years of service Professor Sperr taught studios and thesis, as well as courses in programming and architectural theory. In memory of Otto Sperr's deep commitment to architecture and his extraordinary teaching at Drexel University the Sperr family created a traveling fellowship in his memory, along with the support of his friends and colleagues. The Otto Sperr Scholarship is open to matriculated students of Architecture who have registered for one of the Summer Study Tours.

Criteria for Selection: The Otto Sperr Traveling Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of the applicant's GPA, both overall and in studio, and an evaluation of the applicant's financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate the applications in consultation with Drexel Central Representatives and make the award within two weeks of the deadline for submission.

The Anthony & Louis Marzullo Traveling Scholarship

The Anthony & Louis Marzullo Traveling Scholarship will assist one or two promising and deserving matriculated architectural students to participate in the Summer Study Tour to Rome this summer. This scholarship has been created to honor the memory Anthony & Louis Marzullo whose artistic careers and love of classical art and architecture were an inspiration to their family. The Marzullo Traveling Scholarship is open to matriculated students in Architecture who intend to participate in the Summer Study Tour to Rome.

Criteria for Selection: The award of the Marzullo Traveling Scholarship will be based on the evaluation of applicant's academic performance at Drexel, both overall and in studio, as an indication of accomplishment and potential in architecture, as well as evaluation of financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate applications in consultation with the Director of Financial Aid and make the award approximately two weeks after the deadline for submission.

The William Steele & Company Scholarship

The William Steele & Company Traveling Scholarship will assist one or two promising and deserving matriculated architectural students to participate in the Summer Study Tour to Rome this summer. This scholarship has been created by Leon Clemmer, President of William Steele & Company, and a 2001 Drexel architecture graduate. The Steele Traveling Scholarship is open to matriculated students in the Architecture Program who intend to participate in the Summer Study Tour to Rome.

Criteria for Selection: The award of the Steele Traveling Scholarship will be based on the evaluation of applicant's academic performance at Drexel, both overall and in studio, as an indication of accomplishment and potential in architecture, as well as evaluation of financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate applications in consultation with the Director of Financial Aid and make the award approximately two weeks after the deadline for submission.

The Robert B. Ennis Traveling Scholarship

The Robert B. Ennis Traveling Scholarship assists a promising and deserving matriculated architectural student to join one of the Architecture Program’s Summer Study Tours this summer. This scholarship has been created by the generosity of colleagues, friends and former students to honor the memory of Robert B. Ennis, the program’s beloved architectural historian for 25 years.

Criteria for Selection: The award of the Robert B. Ennis Traveling Scholarship will be based on the evaluation of applicant's academic performance at Drexel, both overall and in studio, as an indication of accomplishment and potential in architecture, as well as evaluation of financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate applications in consultation with the Director of Financial Aid and make the award approximately two weeks after the deadline for submission.

The Mark Ueland Traveling Scholarship

The Mark Ueland Traveling Scholarship assists a promising and deserving matriculated architectural student to join one of the Architecture Summer Study Tours this summer. This scholarship has been created by the generosity of colleagues, friends and former students to honor the memory of Mark Ueland, a distinguished Philadelphia practitioner who was member of the faculty for 29 years.

Criteria for Selection: The award of the Mark Ueland Traveling Scholarship will be based on the evaluation of applicant's academic performance at Drexel, both overall and in studio, as an indication of accomplishment and potential in architecture, as well as evaluation of financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate applications in consultation with the Director of Financial Aid and make the award approximately two weeks after the deadline for submission.

The Paul M. Hirshorn Traveling Scholarship

The Paul M. Hirshorn Traveling Scholarship assists promising and deserving matriculated architectural students to join one of the Architecture Summer Study Tours this summer. This scholarship has been created by the generosity of colleagues, friends and former students to honor the contributions of Paul M. Hirshorn to the Drexel architecture program. Paul Hirshorn was an architecture faculty member for 37 years and Program Director for 24 years, from 1986 to 2010.

Criteria for Selection: The award of the Paul M. Hirshorn Traveling Scholarship will be based on the evaluation of applicant's academic performance at Drexel, both overall and in studio, as an indication of accomplishment and potential in architecture, as well as evaluation of financial need. The Department's Scholarship Committee will evaluate applications in consultation with the Director of Financial Aid and make the award approximately two weeks after the deadline for submission.