Two graduate students in the Architecture program have been awarded prestigious summer internships with renowned firms in the Washington-Baltimore area. Julian Goldman has received the 2011-2012 Jack Kerxton Smith Scholarship/Internship. The scholarship will provide Julian with financial aid as well as a 2012 summer internship with Torti Gallas. Torti Gallas and Partners is an architecture firm located in Silver Spring, MD. With a hand in designing many communities throughout the U.S., Torti Gallas’ projects include traditional neighborhoods and inner city redevelopment, revitalization projects, commercial ventures and transit-oriented projects.
Emma Crenshaw will be spending her summer interning at Design Collective in Baltimore, MD, after receiving the Design Collective Scholarship/Internship Award. Located in Baltimore, MD, Design Collective is a multi-disciplinary firm specializing in architecture, planning, urban design, landscape architecture, interior design and sustainability.
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