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Grants and Awards

The Voluntary Parents Fund’s Discretionary Grants Program, 2013-2014

The Hartford Bus Stop Shelter: A Design-Build Research Laboratory

Principle Investigator with Assistant Professor Moss as Project Lead.


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2013.

2013 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“Reframing Gender: Men Women and the State”


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2012.

2012 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“People Power: Revolts in the Arab World”


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2011.

2011 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“Coverage in Context: Media and the Middle East”


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2010.

2010 Network Winter Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award, San Juan, PR.

“Energy and the Environment:” (Sustainable Alternatives).


Grant Award, Hartford Consortium for Higher Education, 2009-2011.

Principle Investigator: Faculty and Staff Grant Program. Capital Community College Partner.

“Knowing Your Neighborhood” Elementary Education Architectural Teaching Resource.”


Grant Participant, University of Herat, Afghanistan Partnership. Summer 2009.

Saleh Keshawarz: Principle Investigator, $1.3 Million Grant, Afghanistan Ministry of Higher Education. Developed New Architecture Curriculum, Course Descriptions, Texts and Resource Requirements.


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2009.

2009 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“Changing Places, Changing Faces: Recent Immigrant Settlement in the United States.”


Victorian Society in America Summer School, 2003.

2003 Newport, RI Summer School Educational Program for Historians and Museum Curators.


Graham Foundation Grant: “Not White: Diversity in Architectural Education,” 2003.

(Chance/Sawruk) $3000 towards the publication of the conference proceedings.

Not White: Diversity in Architectural Education, Edited by Chance, 2004.


HUD: HBCU GRANT – URBAN FUSION II: EDUCATION FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, 2002.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

$436,755 to facilitate youth summer camps, after-school tutorials, and fair/accessible housing.


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2002.

2002 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“Performance in Public Space.”


Special Award (Regional), 2002.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of America.

For exceptional achievement on behalf of the youth of our community.


CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.

New Horizons Mentorship Program, 2001-2002.

The Governor’s School for Science & Technology.


CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.

The Menchville House Ministries, Virginia.

For the donation of design and construction drawings to renovate apts. into a battered women’s shelter.


CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2002.

The American Institute of Architects, Hampton Roads Chapter, Virginia.

For outstanding service and commitment to the chapter’s mission.


Faculty Resource Network at New York University, 2001.

2001 Network Summer Faculty Enrichment Program Grant Award.

“Ancient Cities and Modern Urbanism.”


CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 2001.

New Horizons: The Governor’s School for Science and Technology, Virginia.

For the year donated as a Student Mentor.


HUD: HBCU GRANT – URBAN FUSION: DESIGNING FOR COMMUNITY LIFE, 2000.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

$258,050 to facilitate youth education and community revitalization.


Fanny-Mae Corporation Educational Grant: DESIGNING THE FUTURE, 1998. 

(3) One Week Summer Programs for Junior High School Students


1998 FULBRIGHT-HAYS SEMINAR ABROAD PROGRAM:

"China; Tradition and Transformation"

United States Department of Education: Develop coursework related to China and Chinese Culture.


OUTSTANDING FACULTY AWARD, 1993.

Southern College of Technology Foundation Inc.


CERTIFICATE OF MERIT, 1992.

Cobb County Public Schools, Georgia.


SIMPLY GRAND SAINT LOUIS, "AN ARCHITECTURAL CHARRETT,” 1985.

Saint Louis Chapter, American Institute Of Architects.


CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION, 1985.

The Boy Scouts of America: For education programs related to Architecture.


AWARD OF MERIT FOR BRADDOCK CARNEGIE FREE LIBRARY REUSE ASSESSMENT, 1984.

Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.


STUDENT PROJECT AWARD, CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY, 1984.

American Institute of Steel Construction.