Two students receive £2,000 'Karla Roman' travel bursary

Karla Roman

LOM awards memorial prize to two promising students

Two architecture students have been awarded bursaries worth £2,000 each in memory of a promising architect who died after being hit by a coach as she cycled to work.

LOM set up the annual bursary last year to fund a student who wanted to travel as part of their education after Karla Roman, who worked for the firm, died in February 2017.

Describing Roman as a much-loved colleague, LOM said her passion for travel and dedication to the profession had inspired the bursary and since two applications particularly stood out this year it had been agreed to award the £2,000 bursary to both.

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