Healthcare Facilities Forum, Kain Scholarship|

 

 

Founded by AIA California’s Healthcare Facilities Forum Committee in memory of their colleague, the Robert J. Kain Healthcare Design Education Scholarship, known as The Kain Scholarship, strives to encourage and support architecture students interested in pursuing a career in the design and delivery of hospitals and healing environments. With forces that continually shift and improve healthcare delivery, this scholarship opportunity supports the importance of developing the next generation of architects to create the innovative design and delivery needs of tomorrow’s healthcare facilities.

AIA CA is able to provide this scholarship with donations, which can be submitted here, and in conjunction with the AIA Component Matching Scholarship Grant

The 2020 jury included Don Caskey, FAIA, Trisha Clark, Jon Battle, Assoc. AIA, Jhiah Chang, AIA, Gary Goldberg, AIA. They selected three worthy candidates:


Andrea Lansang

Andrea Lansang

Andrea Lansang
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Bachelor of Architecture with an Urban, Regional Planning Minor, Anticipated Graduation 2021

 

 

 


Haripriya Sathyanarayana

Haripriya Sathyanarayana

Haripriya Sathyanarayanan
University of California Berkeley, College of Environmental Design
PhD Architecture-Building Science, Technology and Sustainability, Designated Emphasis in New Media, Anticipated Graduation 2022

 

 

 


Victoria Dam

Victoria Dam

Victoria Dam, Assoc. AIA, NOMA, MBA
University of Southern California, School of Architecture
Master of Architecture, Anticipated Graduation 2021
Master of Building Science, Anticipated Graduation 2022

 

 

 


For more information about the scholarship, visit the HFF website.

AIA California
AIA California
Celebrating over 75 years of service, the AIA California actively promotes the value of design and advocates for the architectural profession. AIA CA is an association of 11,000 dedicated and passionate members who share a commitment to design excellence and livability in California’s natural and built environments.

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