EAPC is Investing in the Future of Design Professionals

South Dakota State University students Robi Fanslau (Architecture) and Carter Lommel (Engineering) are the first recipients of the EAPC Graduate Studies Scholarship in Architecture and Engineering.

(L to R): Sanjeev Kumar, Dean of Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering; Carter Lommel, Senior Mechanical Engineering Scholarship Recipient; Leap Chear, EAPC; Shawn Crowley, EAPC; Robi Fanslau, Graduate Architectural Scholarship Recipient; Lynn Sargeant, Dean of College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

We are proud to collaborate with South Dakota State University Foundation and the South Dakota State University College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences over the next 10 years with these architecture and engineering scholarships to impact student achievement.

Check out this video that captures thoughts from the students and hear clips from EAPC Leap Chear, Partner, and Shawn Crowley, Architect and Office Manager on what this means for EAPC and the significance of our partnership with SDSU.