The Illinois School of Architecture’s flagship study abroad program has a rich history that spans over 50 years and four generations. The program, which began at LaNapoule, moved to Versailles, and is currently in Barcelona,provides a unique opportunity to live and study in an architecturally vibrant overseas environment while making lifelong friends and memories.
The School of Architecture is incredibly grateful for the recent establishment of the FGM Architects Scholarship Endowment Fund. This scholarship is unique in that recipients have the opportunity to intern at the firm while enrolled in school.
Barry Huber first came to the University of Illinois campus in 1962 when he attended a convention for his fraternity Alpha Rho Chi. He was immediately drawn to the beautiful architecture of the buildings on campus and became particularly interested in the new graphic design program that was being developed.
When Astrobotic’s Peregrine lunar lander launches from Cape Canaveral on its way to the moon, the payload will include theMoonArk, a 10-ounce time capsule that was designed by Illinois alumni to last on the surface of the moon for thousands of years.
The College of Fine and Applied Arts is so grateful for passionate alumni like Pam and John Rozehnal. It is through their support that Dance at Illinois can recruit the best and most talented dancers regardless of their ability to pay for their education.
The Illinois Summer Youth Music (ISYM) program has been bringing together young musicians and leading music educators to the Champaign-Urbana campus every summer for over 60 years. It is because of generous donors like Barbara and Terry England that the School of Music is able to offer scholarships for ISYM’s different programs.
Having earned success in her own career as a direct result of a gift from a total stranger over 50 years ago, Kendall wanted to pay that forward. She recently made a generous major gift to the Lydia E. Parker Bates Scholarship in Fine Arts.
The College of Fine and Applied Arts boasts over 35,000 living alumni. Every day our graduates advance the design, visual, performing, and environmental arts as problem solvers and explorers. We’ve showcased a few this year for their notable accomplishments.
Our alumni are giving back in unique and impactful ways. At FAA, donors can choose and craft giving plans based on what means the most to them. Together we are building an equitable and more preferable future for all.