CONWAY — Timothy Allen of Madison was awarded a Plan-NH scholarship for the sixth year in a row at a ceremony at the Capital Commons Building in Concord on June 20. He and seven other students were honored.
The annual awards evening also included the N.H. Construction Industry Ethics Award and the Merit Awards of Excellence in Planning, Design and/or Development of New Hampshire’s Built Environment.
Allen is a 2014 graduate of Kennett High School and a 2018 graduate of Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in architecture and a core concentration in music.
Allen was inducted into the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, which is the national honor society for architecture. The society recognizes intellectual achievement, effort and initiative as well as leadership and character. Students who are inducted must attain high scholastic standing in their field.
Plan-NH is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization formed in 1989. The membership is comprised of planning, design and other professionals with an interest in shaping a healthy and vibrant future for the Granite State. In partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation, Plan-NH recognizes outstanding students who are studying in a field that supports the Plan-NH mission to “foster excellence in planning and design and development of New Hampshire’s built environment to support a vision of healthy and vibrant communities in the Granite State.”
Currently, Allen is a member of Plan-NH and he is interning for a second year at Bisbano and Associates, an architecture firm in Providence, R.I. He is studying for a master’s degree in Architecture at Roger Williams University.
Allen is the son of Cathy Livingston of Madison and John Allen of Jackson.