- Gary Gumpert Award:
The State-of-the-Field of
- James W. Carey
Urban Communication Grant
- Michael Brill
Grant in Urban Communication and Environmental Design
- Applied Urban Communication Research Grant
- UCF/IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant
- White Paper Proposal
- Gene Burd Urban Journalism Research Prize
- AEJMC Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award
- Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Book Award
- Communicative City Award
- Lifetime Achievement & Special Recognition Awards
- Former & Inactive
Sponsored by the Urban Communication Foundation (UCF) and the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)
The goal of this grant program is to encourage innovative research projects that provide a bridge between the fields of communication and environmental design. Named in honor of Michael Brill, architect and long-time EDRA member, for his leadership in work place environments and communication, this grant is funded by the Urban Communication Foundation and administered in conjunction with the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA). This grant supports new research or research in progress.
Amount of Award: $2500 per grant
Eligible participants must be EDRA members to apply for and receive this grant. Each complete application should include: (a) a statement or research proposal in no more than two pages describing the nature and significance of the project in relatively non-technical terms, anticipated schedule (expected completion time); plans for dissemination of the project results, and a budget, (b) an appendix of up to two pages for bibliography, photos, figures, etc. may be included, and (c) a copy of the applicant’s current CV or resume.
The initial call for proposals is distributed at the annual EDRA Conference. Proposals were due by Dec. 14, 2012 and must be submitted to the EDRA Awards Committee. The next grant will be presented at the EDRA conference to be held in New Orleans in May, 2014. The 2013 award winner is Sheila Gobes-Ryan. The grant was presented at the EDRA conference to be held in June, 2013.
For updates and inquiries about this research grant, go to the EDRA website.