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CityStudioSTL Student Awards are open to full-time undergraduate or graduate students who propose to continue a community collaborative project from a curricular or cocurricular experience. Awards will support students who wish to either complete a project begun in a course, or expand the project’s original scope; priority is given to initiatives that are already underway.

Proposed projects must involve an individual, organization, or partner in the St. Louis community. A range of projects will be supported, including those that engage art, design, or architecture in addressing issues such as health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, urban planning, creative placemaking, and sustainability. Students are encouraged to collaborate with their existing partner as they develop their plans, in order to ensure the partner’s needs are met.

Awards will be $300 per student or group of students, and offered twice a year at the end of each semester. In some circumstances, additional funding may be provided to help support projects based on application budgets.

Eligibility & Application

Full-time Washington University undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to apply for CityStudioSTL Awards, whether as individuals or as a team. Applicants must meet at least one of the following criteria: - At least one applicant must be enrolled in the Sam Fox School OR. - The proposed project must be generated from a Sam Fox School course, regardless of the home school of the applicant(s).

Applications and supporting materials must be submitted to Liz Kramer, Associate Director of the Office for Socially Engaged Practice, at kramer@wustl.edu by the following deadlines:

Fall: 5p, Wednesday, December 22, 2021