Congraulations to the winners of the 2017 EQiA Scholarships!

Henrietta Cuttino Dozier Scholarship:  Patricia Brown & Audrey Wynn Burton

Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA Scholarship: Hanifah Turner & Benjamin Patterson

Leila Ross Wilburn Scholarship: Tesfa Ayana

Ellamae Ellis League, FAIA Scholarship: Victoria Lewis

Entries are now closed, but we look forward to providing more scholarships in the near future!!

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One of the objectives of AIA Georgia's Equity in Architecture is to help women become licensed architects.  Some obstacles to this are both time and money as studying and taking the exams is time-intensive and not easy on the wallet.  While we can't give you more hours in the day, we can provide some financial assistance to help with the latter aspect.  

Below are four different types of scholarships we are offering (for a total of 6 scholarships).  The only requirement to enter is that you live in Georgia.  We encourage all on the path to licensure to apply - men, women, students, recent graudates, seasoned-professionals, and everyone in between.

Winners will be selected at random and notified via email by July 31, 2017.  You may enter for all scholarship below, but only one scholarship will be awarded per person. 


Henrietta Cuttino Dozier Scholarship

Henrietta Cuttino Dozier

Study materials for all six ARE 5.0 divisions including practice exams from Ballast, a $425 value.  Two of these scholarships will be awarded.

Henrietta Cuttino Dozier was one of the first female architects in Georgia.  To enter to win this scholarship, please answer the question below and enter your name and e-mail address. 

Which AIA Chapter in Georgia did Henrietta co-found?


Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA Scholarship

Ivenue Love-Stanley

Study Materials for all six ARE 5.0 dividions including practice exams from Brightwood, a $480 value.  Two of these scholarships will be awarded.

Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA is the first African-American woman to become a licensed architect in the Southeast.  To enter to win this scholarship, please answer the question below and enter your name and e-mail address. 

Which school did Ivenue graduate from?


Leila Ross Wilburn Scholarship

Black Spectacles ARE subscription - a 3 month access to videos for all six ARE exams plus interactive sessions with experts and mock exams, a $297 value.

Leila Ross Wilburn was the first female registered architect in Georgia. To enter to win this scholarship, please answer the question below and enter your name and e-mail address. 

Wilburn’s ______ _______ are the only ones known to have been published by a female architect.


Ellamae Ellis League, FAIA Scholarship

Thaddeus Seminar for Structures - 8 week subscription online to all his videos, a $325 value.  

Ellamae Ellis League was the first female FAIA (AIA fellow) from Georgia.  To enter to win this scholarship, please answer the question below and enter your name and e-mail address. 

What city did Ellamae reside and practice in?