National Trust announces the 2017 Herb Stovel Scholarship recipients
Ottawa, Ontario, July 27, 2017 – The National Trust for Canada joins members of the Stovel family in congratulating this year’s recipients of educational assistance from the Herb Stovel Scholarship: Carly Farmer of Ottawa et Yuki Naganuma of Toronto.
Carly Farmer of Ottawa, Ontario (MA Architecture student at Carleton University) is the recipient of a $2,500 project bursary to attend the 2017 International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, Heritage and Democracy in Delhi, India.
Yuki Naganuma of Toronto, Ontario (Post Baccalaureate student in the Urban and Regional Planning Program at Ryerson University) will receive a conference bursary to attend the National Trust-APT Joint 2017 conference, CAPITALizing on Heritage, to be held in Ottawa, Ontario from October 11 to 14, 2017.
The Herb Stovel Scholarship is administered by the National Trust for Canada in cooperation with a professional advisory committee.
The Scholarship awards one or more Canadian students or young professionals (age 20-35) pursuing post-secondary or graduate studies in built heritage conservation, or working in the field of built heritage conservation. With assistance from the Scholarship, Herb Stovel Scholars will receive support to deepen their capacity in heritage conservation through special projects, experiential learning or conference attendance.