Description: The LJMRF supports research on the meaning and significance of the built environment and is intended as seed funding to support long-term scholarly agendas. Applicants and proposals from a range of built environment disciplines (e.g. architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism, interior design, environmental psychology, material culture, etc.) are encouraged. Project proposals should identify one of the four principal areas of the fund: scholarly research, practice, service, or teaching. Successful applications might propose projects in a range of venues and media including, but not limited to scholarly writing, film or other broadcast media, built works or projects, community engagement programs, or educational innovation.
Award: $2,000-5,000; funds may not be used for overhead or operating costs, academic coursework or tuition, or attending the ACSF symposium for presenting final results.
Eligibility: Open to individuals from anywhere in the world.
Deadline: Applications accepted Feb. 1 – April 1.