TowerPinkster Establishes Endowed Scholarship at Lawrence Technological University

TowerPinkster has established an endowed scholarship aimed at supporting students majoring in Architecture and Architectural Engineering at Lawrence Technological University (LTU). Named the ‘TowerPinkster Architecture | Architectural Engineering Scholarship,’ the award is the firm’s 10th endowed scholarship.

Presented annually, the ‘TowerPinkster Architecture | Architectural Engineering Scholarship’ will give preference to students from historically underrepresented groups within the design field. This approach will not only bolster the future of the industry but will also encourage greater diversity within the architecture and engineering professions. The inaugural scholarship will be awarded in the Fall of 2024.

The LTU scholarship marks the 10th endowed scholarship and the 12th overall educational scholarship that the firm holds. This ongoing investment in student success reflects our commitment to support and inspire the next generation of professionals. In addition to LTU, we support industry-specific scholarships at the University of Michigan, University of Detroit Mercy, Western Michigan University, Ferris State University Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Valley State University, Aquinas College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Grand Rapids Community Foundation, and others.

“We’re grateful to TowerPinkster and all businesses who choose to endow a scholarship for our students,” said Kevin Finn, Vice President, Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement. “This scholarship will support students pursuing careers in architecture and architectural engineering – two fields of study that greatly benefit when supported by professional organizations. We appreciate TowerPinkster’s partnership and shared commitment to our students and the future of the design industry.”

In addition to several endowed scholarships, TowerPinkster’s commitment to student success includes student mentorship, a robust internship program, career fairs, student shadow days, and in-school educational opportunities.