The Reginald Hammond Scholarship will be awarded annually for the final year of study for an accredited planning degree at the undergraduate or post-graduate level in New Zealand. The planning degree must be recognised as an Accredited degree in the year in which the application is made. The applicant must be a New Zealand citizen or have permanent resident status in New Zealand. The scholarship has a value of $4,000 which will be paid in April/May of the year in which the Award is held.
The award of the scholarship will be determined by the Awards Committee who will be guided by the following considerations:
The scholarship will be formally presented at the annual conference.
Reginald Hammond - the first New Zealander to complete a Town Planning qualification which led to him being appointed the first Director of Town Planning in 1926.
The New Zealand Planning Institute Robert Kennedy Planning Grant shall be made from time to time, but no more than annually. Open to any member(s) of the Institute, it awarded in recognition of excellence in research that achieves a world-class level of success. Success is exemplified by dissemination of a significant body and depth of work, through peer reviewed publications in international journals, or books, of high repute.
The grant is open to joint research projects. The grant has a value of $2,000 which will be paid in April/May of the year in which the grant is awarded.
Applicants for this grant must provide -
The grant will be formally presented at the 2020 Annual Conference in Nelson.
Robert Kennedy - the first professor of town planning at the University of Auckland who was central in establishing university based education for planning.
The New Zealand Planning Institute Wallace Ross Graduate Research Award shall be made from time to time to any member(s) of the Institute in recognition of excellence in research that advances planning practice, process and theory. The award includes a financial contribution of $1500.
Supported by WSP and NZPI, the Papa Pounamu Whakatutukitanga Scholarship is awarded annually to a student studying an NZPI accredited planning degree at the undergraduate or post-graduate level. It recognises excellence and attainment by a student planner involved in Māori planning in an environmental framework.
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