Scholarships

Scholarships, awards, and funds established by Hawaii ASLA Chapter members to support the future of Landscape Architecture in Hawai‘i.

Hawaii Chapter David T. Woolsey Scholarship

(Landscape Architecture Foundation)

The Hawaii Chapter ASLA/David T. Woolsey (HIASLA/DTW) Scholarship program was initiated in 1986 after the passing of David T. Woolsey, former partner of Woolsey, Miyabara & Associates, Inc. to honor his distinguished career as a landscape architect.  The primary purpose of the scholarship is to assist student Hawaii residents seeking an education in landscape architecture.  The fund is administered through the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF).  For more information on this scholarship's requirements, visit the LAF's website here.

Donations are accepted directly to the Fund through LAF.  Please enter "Hawaii Chapter David T. Woolsey Fund" in the box asking: "Tell us why you are donating to LAF".  Mahalo!

(UH Foundation)

PBR HAWAII Scholarship

This endowed, competitive student scholarship, established by PBR Hawaii in 2010, supports UHM School of Architecture students with a focus on landscape architecture.

(UH Foundation)

Thomas S. Witten, FASLA Pulama ‘Āina

This award—established in 2021 by Tom Witten, chairman emeritus of PBR Hawaii—recognizes final-year UH Master of Landscape Architecture students with a focus on regional/ community planning and urban design with an emphasis on environmental sustainability and resiliency, as well as demonstrated knowledge of landscape-relevant Hawaiian bio-cultural practices.

(UH Foundation)

Landscape Architecture Development Fund

This fund is intended to support landscape architecture education in Hawaii. If you are interested in making a tax-deductible contribution, please reference this 8-digit UHF number:  #125-1100-4 

Establish a Scholarship

If you are interested in making a tax-deductible gift or establishing your own named landscape architecture student scholarship or award with UH Foundation, please contact MLA program director Judith Stilgenbauer at jstilg@hawaii.edu.