2015 JSR Student Award Winner
Tucker Hancock // University of Colorado at Denver

Darren DurouxHarnessing stormwater as life-providing resource in Colorado’s arid climate, the site design emphasizes the native landscape as primary in order to best capture and capitalize on rainfall events. Flowing into rain gardens and porous landscape detention facilities, stormwater reimagines the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver as native habitat and informally gardened space. See Full Submittal >>

Graphic Credit // Tucker Hancock
 
JSR Student Award Competition
The JSR Foundation awards scholarships to students who demonstrate a passion for preserving, improving and enhancing public spaces through responsible and innovative land use and design. To be eligible, students must be currently enrolled in an accredited landscape architecture program that will result in a Bachelors or Masters of Landscape Architecture. A monetary scholarship is awarded each year to one deserving student. Students are required to submit a design brief for review by the JSR board.
Application
Students who embody Jane Silverstein Ries’s commitment to the sprit of place are encouraged to enter the scholarship competition.
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Schedule
June 4, 2015 // Student Award Applications Due
June 25, 2015 // Notification of Award
Fall/Winter 2015 // Final Presentation

Past Scholorship Winners
Past Scholarship Recipients
Year Students  
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Tucker Hancock
Kate Davenport
Xinyu Li
Matthew Annabel
Darren Duroux
Michael T. Brown
Yekaterina Yushmanova
Megan French (CSU)
Emily Goldman (CSU)
Maeve Nevins (CSU)
Kaitlin Beatty (CSU)
Jessica Canfield (CSU)
Ashley Corbett (CSU)
Yuka Yoshida (CSU)




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Jenn Thomas (UCD)
Pam Cornelisse (UCD)
Brian Cook (UCD)
Laurie Stanton (UCD)
Michael McConnell (UCD)
Michael Bouchard (UCD)
Thomas Sunderland (UCD)