Tom Baldwin Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Planning
At the meeting of the CPAA Board of Directors held in Calgary at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL) [at the time Faculty of Environmental Design Planning Program] University of Calgary on January 26, 2007, Dr. Tim Burton, Chair, of the CPAA and Dr. Brian Sinclair, Dean, of the Faculty of Environmental Design proudly announced the setting up of The Tom Baldwin Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Planning.
This award is in the memory of Mr. Tom Baldwin, long time volunteer Chairman of The Community Planning Association of Alberta. He was Executive Director of the Northern Alberta Development Council and former Executive Director of the Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency. Tom served on numerous other provincial, national and international boards demonstrating with great humor and integrity, his desire to return-to-community.
The value of the scholarship is $1000.00 for the duration of one year. It is open to candidates enrolled in the second year or more senior year of a full-time School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL) at the University of Calgary.
Students – A statement of application should be submitted to: Associate Dean (Scholarships) and the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape (SAPL) Scholarship Committee will submit a recommendation to the Graduate Scholarship Office.