ELIZABETH MOESTA WHITE SCHOLARSHIP
Elizabeth Moesta White was a 1933 graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s College of Applied Arts with a degree in Landscape Architecture. Her family established a scholarship that commemorates her dedication to the sustainable planning, design, and management of the built and natural environment.
Students enrolled in the DAAP Horticulture Program’s Sustainable Design Certificate Program who have completed two of the five courses in Sustainable Landscape Design or Sustainable Landscape Construction. In addition to the application materials, the student’s academic record will be reviewed for the selection process.
- Completed application
- One letter of recommendation from a member of the Sustainable Landscape Design or Sustainable Landscape Construction faculty (HORT 2040, 2041, 2042, 3060, or 3061)
- Up to 10 images as one pdf document (maximum 10 pages) or one pdf of written work (maximum 10 pages) demonstrating the applicant’s abilities in Sustainable Landscape Design. The images or written work may represent academic, professional, and/or voluntary community service work in sustainable landscape design
- A current resume showing academic, professional, and service experience.
Application materials must be submitted by March 15 to:
Elizabeth Moesta White Scholarship Review
Horticulture Program Director
Student Affairs office, 5470 Aronoff, DAAP
DAAP Student Affairs