Gilman Hu Honolulu Chapter CSI Endowed Scholarship

Gilman K. M. Hu, FCSI, AIA is a retired architect from private practice in Honolulu. In July 2008 he was named president of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) in Alexandria, Virginia, and became the first Asian-American president to come from the Honolulu CSI Chapter. Mr. Hu joined CSI in 1967 as a member of the Honolulu chapter. He had served in nearly every CSI leadership position since joining, from Honolulu Chapter president to West Region Conference chairman to vice president-professional on the national level. He has been a member of the national Awards Committee, Nominating Committee and Jury of Fellows. In 1994, CSI presented the president’s plaque to Mr. Hu for his exceptional work performed on behalf of the Institute. The following year, CSI elevated him to fellowship, one of the institute’s top honors.

This scholarship is provided to architecture students enrolled full-time, with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Scholarships shall be used for costs associated with attendance (e.g., tuition, books, fees, supplies, etc.). Funds may also be used for travel associated with architectural or building profession research or education, architecture or building profession general expenses or costs associated with research such as the research of technology as applied to the built environment..

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