James Gamble Rogers/RLF, Inc. Memorial Fellowship
GA: support fellowship awards to graduate students in School of Architecture.
In 2001, John H. Rogers and Rogers, Lovelock and Fritz, Inc. (RLF) established this fellowship in memory of John’s father, James Gamble Rogers II. James started his architectural career by working for his father’s firm in Daytona Beach, FL. In 1935, he moved to Winter Park, FL where he started his own firm, RLF. He is credited with establishing the character of architectural design in Winter Park and his buildings are considered assets to the city. He continued to create his architectural designs in the central Florida area until his death in 1990. James was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, one of the highest honors an American architect can receive, where he is regarded by his peers as among one of the finest architects in the countr
Other College of Design, Construction & Planning Giving Opportunities
Landscape Architecture Undergraduate Research Fund
Willets Family Charitable Fund
Landscape Architecture Student Travel Fund