In honor of the late Diana Donald, the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce the availability of a $2,000 scholarship.
Diana Donald, who passed away in 1975, was a Connecticut‐based planner who was recognized nationally for her contributions to the profession. At the time of her passing, at age 40, she was the First Vice President of the American Institute of Planners and was in line to become President. Her status in the association set an historical precedent for women in planning.
To be considered for this scholarship, you must be a resident of Connecticut and enrolled as a graduate or undergraduate student in a planning related field.
Click here for a copy of the scholarship application and contact information. Candidates, please forward a completed application form together with transcripts, evidence of financial need, three letters of recommendation, and an essay. Email Khara Dodds, AICP for further information.
Applications are due by August 1, 2014.