Benn-Johnck Student Award
The Benn Johnck Student Award was established in 1982 by William Benn, AIA, as a lasting tribute to his business partner, Frederick Johnck, AIA. Select architecture schools (Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Washington University) are invited to participate and to select up to 5 students to enter the competition. The students' entries are school projects with varying topics that the students complete and submit at the end of their spring semester.
Eligible applicants: students in architectural programs at invited schools selected by their respective school's administrators
Submissions accepted: Beginning of spring semester
Submission deadline: End of spring semester
If you are enrolled in an eligible school, talk to a faculty or staff member in the School of Architecture about competing.
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