Scholarships and Prizes

 

 

Scholarships

 

For the faculty scholarships policy document (in Hebrew) click here

 

 

Prizes

 

The Arthur Shragenheim Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by his wife, Bilha Shragenheim, an architect as well. Its purpose is to encourage students to address Jewish heritage in architecture and town planning and to foster the research and documentation of architecture inIsrael.

 

 

The Shlomo Braslavsky Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by his granddaughter, Mrs. Miriam Gatt. Its purpose is to encourage architectural design with a Jewish touch/aspect.

 

The Rafael Raifer Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by Mr. Abraham Reifer, father of the late architect Rafael Reifer. The fund's purpose is to recognize outstanding work in the area of town planning.

 

The Abraham & Debora Memorial Sagorsky Fund:

This prize was established by the estate of the late Abraham Sagorsky, one of South Africa's Zionist leaders. The purpose of this fund is to recognize and encourage outstanding students in the area of town planning.

 

The Ilana Libman Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established from her estate by her family. Its purpose is to encourage students to excel in architecture studies.

 

The Sigmund Braverman Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by his widow Mrs. Libi Braverman. The purpose of the prize is to encourage students toward original thought/thinking and creative design.

 

The Leon and Israel Reiskin Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by architect Leon Reiskin of Washington, U.S.A. The purpose of the prize is to encourage students toward original though/thinking and creativity in design in their final project. Mr. Leon Reiskin passed away in August 2004.

 

Eitanit Prize Fund:

This prize was established by the directors of Eitanit Construction Products Ltd.. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage students’ awareness of the use of industrialized components in architectural design.

 

The Tollman’s Israel Prize:

Tollman's specializes in the marketing of leading designers' furniture and home accessories.  This prize was established by the owners, the Tollman family and Mr. Shuki Schwartz. Its purpose is to encourage students to create and to improve high-quality and aesthetic work and life environments in Israel.

 

The Yehiel Segal Memorial Prize Fund:

This prize was established by his family and is awarded to an exceptional landscape architecture student for his or her outstanding final project.

 

The Elimelech Admoni Memorial Prize:

This prize was established by his family and is awarded to an exceptional landscape architecture student for his or her outstanding final project.

 

The Gerhard and Gertrude Karplus Memorial Prize Fund:

Endowed by and remembering Mr. and Mrs. Karplus who fled Austria in the 1930s and settled in Manhattan where they developed a successful architecture practice. They desired an award to promote excellence of young architects in the design and execution of unique projects in Israel 

 

The Joseph Golub Prize:

This prize was established by the British designer Mr. Joseph Golub to encourage students to excel in interior design and furniture projects.

 

The Gideon Nussbaum Memorial Prize:

A 1968 graduate of the Technion in Mechanical Engineering, Gideon passed away following a heart attack in 1989. His sister, architect Gabi Nussbaum donated a prize in his memory to encourage 4th year architecture students. The prize is give for an outstanding project.

 

The Prize in the Memory of Architect Uri Ben Asher:

In his work as an architect, Uri engaged in a wide variety of subjects. This prize in in his memory is awarded by his widow and sons to encourage sustainable design and preservation, while emphasizing the relationship between people and their environment. These issues that were closed to Uri’s heart. Uri, of blessed memory, passed away in August 2006.

 

Hilit Levi Prize:

Hilit was a graduate of Landscape Architecture at the Technion. She was killed during a bicycle training at the age of 25 August 13, 2002.  This annual prize was established to encourage student’s projects those which are emphasizing the relationship between people with special needs and their environments.

 

 

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