Falik Family Graduate Fellowship in Housing Policy and Affordable Housing
The Falik Family Graduate Fellowship provides support for graduate students who demonstrate a commitment to work in the areas of housing policy and affordable housing. Students must be pursuing a Master of City and Regional Planning or a Master of Real Estate Development + Design.
March 15, 2023
$14,250 total, divided between 1–3 recipients
- Graduate students pursuing a Master of City and Regional Planning or a Master of Real Estate Development + Design
- Full-time students enrolled Spring 2023 semester
If available, the recipient is encouraged to attend the Fisher Center’s Policy Advisory Board meeting in April. More details will be sent to the recipient.
Please note: Federal financial aid regulations require that all awards received by a student cannot exceed their financial aid need as determined by a congressional formula. It is possible, therefore, that the cash award for a Prize could reduce some component of a needy student’s package of financial aid awards. In these cases, the Financial Aid Office attempts first to reduce loan or work aid; fellowships, grants or scholarships are only reduced as a last resort. Regardless of your financial aid situation, the IRS views fellowships, grants or scholarships that are not directly applied to tuition or other educational expenses as taxable income.
Please submit the following materials as a single PDF upload using the Online Registration and Eligibility Form by the deadline:
- A current CV or resume.
- A brief two page essay describing prior experience, course work, and career objectives. Must demonstrate a commitment to work in the areas of housing policy or affordable housing.
- Unofficial transcript.