Harry A. Anthony Scholarship in Urban Planning

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning (URP) is pleased to announce the establishment of the Harry A. Anthony Scholarship in Urban Planning. The scholarship honors the legacy of Harry A. Anthony, who was a professor and chair of URP. The scholarship encourages URP students to travel to major U.S. cities and learn diverse planning and urban design cases from their visit. Thanks to the generosity of the Anthony family, who made this scholarship possible through the Anthony Family Trust.

The scholarship is intended to award one or two upper division or graduate students from the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Cal Poly Pomona, for an independent study, University course-credit opportunity to travel outside the state of California to study urban design and planning issues in one or more major U.S. cities, including but not limited to New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New Orleans.

Harry Antoniades Anthony (1922 – 2018) was a professor (1971 to 1989) and chair of URP (1972 to 1976). Prior to his professorship at URP, he worked under Le Corbusier and taught the graduate division of urban planning at Columbia University’s School of Architecture and Planning. He was the recipient of many teaching honors, among them the 1974-1975 Cal Poly Pomona's Outstanding Professor award, the International Land Economics Society of Lambda Alpha’s 1988 Richard T. Ely Distinguished Educator Award, and the 1984 Distinguished Service Award from the San Diego chapter of the American Planning Association.