2019 Paul Rudolph Scholarship Recipients
Emily Cain & Thomas James Thornal Wyatt
Emily Cain is entering her junior year at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. She will graduate in 2022 with a Bachelor of Architecture, a professional degree. She is currently pursuing a minor in Lighting. Her goal is to enroll in a post-professional degree program for Urban Planning and to incorporate elements of sustainability into architectural design on a larger scale. Each semester, Emily’s work has been selected to be archived by her studio professors. During the school year, Emily works for the School of Architecture Publications Department on Influx, the School of Architecture’s book showcasing student work. Additionally, she also works as the social media content creator for the School of Architecture’s Instagram account, @rpi_architecture. Emily has also applied to attend a study abroad program at Tongji University in Shanghai, China during the spring semester of 2020. Emily has been the recipient of both the first and second year faculty awards for “General Academic Achievement and Promise of Excellence in Architecture.” This summer, she is working at Solstice Planning and Architecture in Sarasota.
Thomas Wyatt is a Junior at the University of Florida’s School of Architecture. He will graduate in 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree of Design in Architecture and a minor in Sustainability and the Built Environment. He is an Eagle Scout of Trailcraft Troop 123, a Brother of the professional architecture fraternity, Alpha Rho Chi, and a Class of 2017 graduate of Winter Haven Senior High School, in Winter Haven, Florida. Mr. Wyatt aims to promote environmentally sensitive design into structures of the Florida landscape. He is currently researching the works of Paul Rudolph, Gene Leedy, and Mark Hampton, in addition to writing a supplement to his analysis of Rudolph’s Yale Art & Architecture Building.