The inaugural LACF Alain Lamontagne Scholarship in Landscape Architecture presented to Beth Bray

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

The inaugural award of the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation - Alain Lamontagne Scholarship in Landscape Architecture was presented for the first time to Beth Bray, 4th year BLA student. BLA alumnus Peter Kreuk, principal of Durante Kreuk in Vancouver, endowed this award in memoriam to Alain Lamontagne, who was a graduate of the BLA program in 2008 and a valued member of the dk staff. In attendance for the presentation were Alain’s family members and UofG professor emerita, Cecelia Paine, who presented the award on behalf of Peter and LACF. 

Lamontagne family with Beth Bray against brick wallPhoto:  The Lamontagne family with recipient, Beth Bray (middle).

Sarah Lamontagne speaking to a crowd of landscape architecture studentsPhoto:  Sarah Lamontagne spoke about the legacy of Alain and thanked Peter Kreuk and Durante Kreuk Ltd.

George Dark speaking to Beth BrayPhoto:  Governor General medalist and UofG alumnus, George Dark, congratulates Beth Bray, the first recipient of the LACF Alain Lamontagne Scholarship in Landscape Architecture. Beth also worked for George as a student intern last summer. 

For more details on the LACF | FAPC Scholarship please visit the Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation website.


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