PROFESSOR HOLLANDER HAS RECEIVED A VARIETY OF GRANTS AND AWARDS FROM INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL, and STATE ORGANIZATIONS
PLACE RESEARCH AWARD FOR BOOK Environmental Design Research Association Annual Great Places Awards for Cognitive Architecture . May 2016.
RESEARCH GRANT. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture /CLASS Fund. $25,000. Feb 2016.
RESEARCH GRANT. New York City Department of Design & Construction.$100,000. Dec 2015.
SEED GRANT. Tufts Thematic Area Working Group on Infectious Disease.$45,000. Sept 2015.
RESEARCH GRANT. Appraisers Research Foundation.$8,000. Sept 2015.
PILOT RESEARCH GRANT. Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences, a project of the Natick U.S. Army Soldier Center and Tufts University.$15,000. June 2015.
RESEARCH GRANT. Government of Quebec. $25,000. July 2014.
RESEARCH GRANT. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. $10,100. May 2014.
Tufts Collaborates! GRANT. Tufts University. $35,000. May 2014.
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) STUDENT PROJECT AWARD. “Urban Farming in Boston: A Survey of Opportunities.” February 2014 (Co-Instructed Field Projects Course).
Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association - OUTSTANDING STUDENT PROJECT AWARD. “Urban Farming in Boston: A Survey of Opportunities.” December 2013 (Co-Instructed Field Projects Course).
CONFERENCE GRANT. Governments of Quebec and Canada. $8,000. November 2013.
Tufts Collaborates! GRANT. Tufts University. $24,995. May 2013.
Safe and Comfortable Town Development: International Design Competition (Structural Quality Assurance, Japan) – Third Place. “The Modular City”. March 2013.
RESEARCH GRANT. Abell Foundation. $50,000. January 2013.
RESEARCH GRANT FOR PROFESSORS. Government of Quebec. $7,000. May 2012.
RESEARCH GRANT. Knight Foundation (sub-contract through Emerson College). $6,000. February 2012.
FELLOWSHIP. Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (Tufts). September 2011.
RESEARCH GRANT. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. $7,500. May 2011.
Visualizing Research @ Tufts Award Program – FIRST PLACE, Non-Interactive Media. “Urban Absorption in New Bedford, MA (1888-2010).” April 2011.
RESEARCH GRANT. Southeastern Regional Planning & Econ. Dev. District. $4,950. January 2011.
FACULTY RESEARCH AWARD PROGRAM. Tufts University. $5,000. October 2010.
Orton Family Foundation – Strong Communities Competition: Semi-Finalist. “Open Neighborhood: Re-Visioning Kelley’s Corner”. September 2010.
RESEARCH GRANT. The Appraisers Research Foundation. $10,000. June 2010.
RESEARCH GRANT. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. $7,600. February 2010.
Massachusetts Cultural Council – “Gold Star Award” for Excellence in Community Cultural Programming. “Open Neighborhood: Re-Visioning Kelley’s Corner”. February 2010.
Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association - OUTSTANDING Student Project Award. “Sophisticated Matchmaking: Identifying Opportunities for Affordable Housing Development in Medford, Massachusetts.” December 2009 (Co-Instructed Field Projects Course).
Shrinking Cities International Research Network (SCiRN). Elected as a Full Member. March 2009.
Faculty RESEARCH GRANT. Government of Canada. $7,126. January 2009.
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Student Project Award. Supervision of Student Report “Creating a New Place: A Concept Plan for 15 Peabody Street”. January 2008.
Reinventing the Virtual City Competition: Finalist. Shrinking Cities Project, German Federal Cultural Foundation. November 2007.
Non-Resident Research Fellowship. Genesee Institute. November 2007.
Research Grant. Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, Tufts University. $6,000. September 2007.
Research Associate. Department of Urban Studies, Vassar College. Summer 2007.
Research Grant. The Appraisers Research Foundation. $10,000. November 2006.
Faculty Research Award Program. Tufts University. $4,000. October 2006.
Dissertation Fellowship. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. $10,000. June 2006.
Highly Commended Paper Award. Emerald Literati Network Annual Awards for Excellence. “The appearance of security zones in U.S. cities after 9/11.” May 2006.
ULI - Kenneth M. Good Graduate Fellowship. Urban Land Institute. $5,000. September 2004.
Academic Scholarship. Federal Employee Educational Assistance Fund. $1,000. August 2004.
Reinventing Urbanism International Ideas Competition: Finalist. Shrinking Cities Project, German Federal Cultural Foundation. June 2004.
Travel Grant. Graduate School – New Brunswick, Rutgers University. $500. November 2003.
Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation. National Trust for Historic Preservation / Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: The Governors Island Partnership. Team Award. September 2003.
Presidential Management Fellowship. U.S. Office of Personnel Management. June 2000.
AICP Outstanding Student Award. University of Massachusetts Amherst. May 2000.