Exhibition Receives Grant From Ross Group Charitable Foundation

This grant will support the production of a 3D scan of Herb Greene’s Prairie House. Look Magazine.

Dean Hans E. Butzer, with The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture, is incredibly pleased to announce a $25,000 grant from the Ross Group Charitable Foundation of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is the first major grant to support the American School’s 2019 exhibition and its affiliated projects.

“Ross Group’s support of the American School Exhibition is invaluable, and will provide our faculty and students with resources to prepare for the 2019 exhibition. We are grateful for their vision and support,” Butzer said. “The American School Exhibition will highlight the rich history of architecture and design pioneered at the OU College of Architecture and that continues to shape our design pedagogy.”

Ross Group is an Oklahoma-based company specializing in development, engineering, and construction. It is a family-owned organization with a passion for delivering solutions to customers and the community. The Ross Group Charitable Foundation has a proven mission to support education, the communities in which they work, and other noteworthy causes through philanthropy.

If you would like to help support the American School exhibit, or if you have materials such as original drawings, models, or works of art, created by a student or alumnus of the OU College of Architecture under Bruce Goff or Herb Greene’s leadership, please click  here.