New Scholarship Fund Announced in Loving Memory of Diane Lee

November 5, 2018

Diane & Ben Lee AIA Educational Fund

 

Diane Cunard Lee and Ben Lee,  photo taken in 2016 on Cunard Line.

The Diane and Ben Lee Education Fund is created to encourage K-12 students to include design as part of their education. The fund could be awarded as a grant for schools or teachers that is actively pursuing design curriculum in their school or educational entities. It is to encourage students of all ages group K-12 to have interest in design as their life pursuit. The fund is offered to teachers/educators or schools/educational providers in the NJ/NY metropolitan areas.

The fund shall be managed by Architects League of Northern New Jersey. An initial fund of $20,000.00 is created by Ben P. Lee, AIA, in memory of his wife Diane, a former school teacher.

 

Additional donations will be accepted from others to: 

“Architects League of Northern New Jersey”, P.O. Box 152 Paramus, NJ 07653
Re: Diane & Ben Lee AIA Educational Fund

Questions – Please contact penningtonb@nkarchitects.com for additional information on contributions.

 Ben P. Lee, AIA

AIA NJ Immediate Past-President

414 River View Plaza | Trenton, NJ 08611
P: 973-532-7733 | M: 201-738-7019 | E: leeb@nkarchitects.comAIA

 

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