Find your passion within the departments or through our priorities supporting: energy and climate, design for racial justice, and quality of the built environment. Your gift today helps shape the future of design practice.
Annual Fund gifts are allocated towards student aid, student driven initiatives, and unanticipated student financial emergencies. The Annual Fund assures that the most promising designers and artists – regardless of their financial circumstances can study and succeed at Weitzman.
Opportunities exist for donor advised funds along with a variety of life income arrangements, including charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts – all designed to maximize tax-savings while helping individuals meet their own person planning objectives.
To learn more, contact Robert Vosburgh, JD in Penn’s Office of Gift Planning at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.898.6171.
Named and endowed funds for facilities, research, programs, faculty positions, and fellowships ensure that the Weitzman School remains at the top of the filed while attracting the brightest people to bring change and impact to our word.
To learn more contact Jeff Snyder, assistant dean for development and alumni relations at email@example.com or 215.898.8738.
Matching funds are available for a limited time to accelerate the growth in endowed fellowships, faculty positions, and center directors.
The purpose of this fund is to support student aid and student driven initiatives on an annual basis at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.
The purpose of this Fund is to provide a Fellowship for graduate students in the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.
The purpose of the Fund is to provide financial support to the Robotics Lab at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.
The purpose of the Fund is to hold fund for unrestricted accounts to be used at the discretion of the executive director of PennPraxis for general operating expenses.
The purpose of this fund is to support annual activities within the Architectural Archives at the University of Pennsylvania.
The purpose of this fund is to honor David G. De Long, emeritus professor of architecture, by providing fellowships to outstanding graduate students in historic preservation.
Established July 2017. The purpose of the Fellowship Fund is to provide financial support to a graduate student or students in the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design studying for a dual degree in Landscape Architecture and City Planning.
The purpose of the Fund is for discretionary purposes as determined by the Dean and Executive Director of the Center.
The purpose of this fund is to support an annual award to a single student of architecture, entering their third year for demonstrated excellence in design, a love for architecture and the determination to develop as an architect.
The purpose of the endowed fund is to provide fellowships in the City and Regional Planning program.
The purpose of this fund is to endow the Crossways Professorship in the field of City and Regional Planning in the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design.
The purpose of the Kleinman Fund is to provide general financial support to the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy towards opportunities for students, researchers and energy leaders to debate diverse viewpoints, explore opinions and develop agendas for decision and action. The Fund will be used at the discretion of he director of the Center.
The Ian McHarg Professorship in Landscape Architecture supports a professor in the department of Landscape Architecture.
Established September 2020. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial support to the Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights Sites to be used at the discretion of the director(s) of the Center and the Dean of the School.
Established March 2019. The purpose of the Fund is to support a professor of practice in the Landscape Architecture department. If funds do not accrue to fulfill a professorship, the funds will support fellowships at the School of Design.