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Historic Preservation Planning Alumni


Barclay Jones Research Grant

Historic Preservation Planning Alumni, Inc. (HPPA) supports the Historic Preservation Planning program at Cornell University and its participants. The Barclay Jones Research Grant program is one way that HPPA achieves this objective – by making a financial commitment to assist graduate students in the Cornell Historic Preservation Planning program complete their theses and dissertations. Ultimately, the goal of the grant program is to strengthen the Historic Preservation Planning program through student contribution.

History

Funds for the grant program are drawn from what is now known as the Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund. In the late 1980s, HPPA established the Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund in honor of Professor Barclay Jones, one of the two professors who began preservation education at Cornell University. The initial money to establish the fund came from special contributions from HPPA members, with a matching gift from Professor Michael Tomlan. The Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund supports student field trips and research. The latter began in earnest at the turn of the 21st Century and is now managed as the Barclay Jones Research Grant.

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Eligible Applicants

Cornell University students who are either MA candidates in the Historic Preservation Planning program or PhD candidates in the City and Regional Planning program with a research focus in historic preservation.


Eligible Expenses

Thesis and dissertation research-related costs directly incurred by the grant recipient; e.g., travel, printing, library fees, etc. Printing expenses should relate to research, not for the final printing and binding of your thesis.


Maximum Grant Request ($)

$200. Half is disbursed after successful application, half at completion of the research and submittal of final report.


Final Report and Acknowledgement Requirements

Upon completion of the work for which the grant has been given, the student is expected to complete a financial accounting and a written summary of what was accomplished. The reporting form is available on the HPPA web site. In addition, the student is required to acknowledge the support from the Barclay Jones Research Grant and Historic Preservation Planning Alumni, Inc. in their thesis or dissertation and any presentations or publications based on the funded research.

 

Application Deadline

October 15, 2017

Past Recipients


2016

Andrew Roblee, M.A. Candidate

Shannon Cilento, M.A. Candidate

Jennifer Rowan, M.A. Candidate

Olivia White, M.A. Candidate


2015

Ana Felisa Huckfeldt, M.A. Candidate

John Southern, M.A. Candidate

Lei Yang, M.A. Candidate


2014

Maria Gabriela Brito, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "The Development of the California Style in Argentina and its Relation with the California Mission Style"

Rashmi Gajare, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Sustainable Design Certification Systems and Historic Preservation"

Jiageng Zhu, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Restoration of Railway Stations and Station Area Redevelopment in Tokyo"


2013

Anisha Arabolu, M.A. 

Qing Cheng, M.A. Candidate
Thesis:  Interpretation and exhibition of Chinese historic houses/rooms in American museums

Emily Giacomarra, M.A. Candidate
Thesis:  Preservation education methods and programs in K-12 public school systems in the U.S.

Swapna Kothari, M.A. 


2012

Sarah Rodriguez, M.A. Candidate


2011         

Katie Coffield, M.A. 

Mahyar Hadighi, M.A. Candidate 
 
Jonathon Rusch, M.A.  


2010           

Jessica A. Follman, M.A. Candidate 

Bill Marzella, M.A. 

Greg Prichard, M.A.

Emma Waterloo, M.A. 


Stark Continuing Education Grant

In October, HPPA announced the Stark Continuing Education Grant at the 40th Anniversary Conference, and we're delighted to share it with you now! We created the Stark Grant to support alumni seeking to enhance their preservation education. Will Stark (‘99)exemplifies the values of lifelong learning, and the grant honors his continued commitment to excellence through education. This competitive grant is intended to help alumni pursue specialized training that may otherwise be financially impossible. In 2017, the committee will make one award up to $500.


We're excited to have already raised 60% of our $10,000 goal, and need your help to raise the rest!  Our funding goal will ensure the program can last for a minimum of 20 years. 

Eligible Applicants

Alumni of Cornell’s Historic Preservation Planning MA Program who are active members of HPPA, Inc. are eligible to apply, including those who have not completed their thesis. Applicants must be planning to attend a conference/training/workshop held between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. Members of the HPPA Board of Directors and Stark Grant Subcommittee members are ineligible during their service on the board.

Eligible Expenses

Eligible expenses include conference, class, or workshop-related costs, including registration, travel, lodging, and required training materials. Other expenses not listed here may be approved on a case-by-case basis, as the committee recognizes that different education sessions may have different requirements.

Maximum Grant Request

The maximum grant request is $500. Half of the award is disbursed after successful application. The second half will be disbursed at the completion of the conference/training/workshop and when necessary documentation is received by the HPPA Stark Grant Subcommittee, under the auspices of the HPPA Executive Committee.

Final Report and Acknowledgement Requirements

Grantees are required to provide proof of completion, when possible, as well as submit expense receipts and a 500-word final report. The final report will be published in the HPPA newsletter. The HPPA Newsletter Subcommittee reserves the right to edit the report for length.

Application Deadline

April 1, 2017

  • Grant application form

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