The Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals was founded to encourage student journalism on architecture, planning, and related subjects, and to foster regard for intelligent criticism among future professionals. The award is not intended as a prize for individuals, but to support the ongoing publication of student-edited journals whose subject matter could include architectural design, history, and theory. Any journal (online or print) published by a school of architecture, landscape architecture, or planning in the United States that is edited by students is eligible. The publication must have been produced in the current or previous school year. A complete application includes the Student Editor and Faculty Advisor application forms, with their E-signatures verified via email, and a PDF of the journal. Hard copies of the journal are not accepted. The Student Editor Form must include information for the student editor(s), the signature of the main editor, and the title and date of the publication; the Statement of Purpose; the PDF of the journal, which must include five images of a printed journal, or screenshots of a digital journal. A second PDF may also be submitted. The Faculty Advisor Form must include contact information for the faculty advisor(s), the main faculty advisor's signature, and the title and date of the publication. Please visit the award's website for more information.
Low Amount Awarded
How to Apply
What you'll need:
Other - Student Editor Form; Faculty Advisor Form; Photos of the printed journals