|The Third Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2001|
Stage 1: Enter
There is a total prize of USD $3,000.00, minimum USD $2,000.00 first prize. Remaining purse to be allocated at the discretion of the Jury.
Two students who meet the eligibility requirements above may collaborate as authors. An architecture student may also team up with another undergraduate in architecture, landscape architecture, urban studies, arts and humanities, the social sciences, or engineering. If two students collaborate, then both names must appear on their essay and if awarded a prize, the prize is to be equally shared.
Judging for the essay competition is on a numeric system. The members of the BERKELEY PRIZE Committee are asked to evaluate each essay in terms of the following criteria:
Each Proposal is given a score of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest). At least the top 25 scoring Proposals become Semifinalists.
Registration and Submission
The 2001 competition year is closed.
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