Scholarships and Awards

The David P. Fogle Travel Fellowship provides annual awards supporting summer travel abroad for students enrolled in the Historic Preservation Program or academic units in the school. Established in 2000, the scholarship honors David P. Fogle. 

The purpose of this endowment, established in July 1992 by Leonard and Betty Crewe, is to help provide scholarship support to students who demonstrate aptitude and keen interest in historic preservation, to work and study at Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire, England, through the programs of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

This fund, established in May 2001 by the Oxon Hill Manor Foundation, provides financial support to students through assistantships that allow them to engage in hands-on historic renovation and restoration projects within the State of Maryland.

The Ridout Family and Maryland Historical Trust support a graduate fellowship for a Historic Preservation student.

Established in 1999 by the friends of St. Clair Wright, in recognition of the contributions made by Anne St. Clair Wright, founder and former leader of Historic Annapolis and a dedicated volunteer preservationist credited with saving the historic district of Annapolis and its buildings from vernacular to grand.

Established in May 1991 by Margaret Cook, this fellowship is an annual competitive award for a historic preservation student who undertakes a study related to Prince George's County. Students wishing to compete for the PGH Fellowship should contact the HISP director.