Congratulations to this year’s recipients:
Tiffany-Ann Taylor, Lee Wellington and Michelle Young.
Tiffany-Ann is from Bay Shore and is currently a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and is passionate about transportation and emergency management planning.
Lee is from Setauket, pursuing a joint-degree in law and urban planning from Pratt Institute and Brooklyn Law School, while actively participating and developing programs through the Pratt’s Center for Community Development.
Michelle is a graduate student in urban planning at Columbia University, holds a B.A. from Harvard in the History of Art & Architecture, and is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music. Michelle is a founder of Untapped Cities website, envisioned to bridge the gap between academic practice and popular consumption of urbanism and architecture.
The scholarship provides $1,500 for each recipient to cover the cost of attending the APA National Conference. The recipients will be formally announced at Annual Kunz Memorial Scholarship Breakfast on March 23.
The APA Long Island Section Steering Committee would like to use this opportunity to thank all applicants for their interest in the Arthur Kunz Memorial Scholarship and to encourage them to submit an application next year.
Once again, congratulations to all recipients!