The Byron Hanke Fellowship is available to graduates who are enrolled in an accredited master's, doctoral or law program and are working on topics related to community associations. Projects may address management, institutions, organization and administration, public policy or architecture, as well as political, economic, social, and intellectual trends in community association housing. The Foundation is especially interested in substantive papers from the social sciences, which place community association housing within political or economic organizational models. Awards are based on merit without regard to race, gender or religion.
Human Development and Family Studies
Law (LL.B., J.D.)
Public Policy Analysis
Demography and Population Studies
Political Science and Government
City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling