Beatrice Warde (1900-1969) was a typographer, a writer (sometimes under the pseudonym Paul Beaujon) and expert of typography, a teacher, and the editor of the Recorder and the Monotype Newsletter. She is famous for her essay on typography “The Crystal Goblet”, first delivered as the speech “Printing Should Be Invisible ” in 1930.
The criteria for the scholarship extends across disciplines from design criticism to type design and graphic design, since Beatrice Warde was a writer and educator who helped promote Monotype products. Just as Beatrice encouraged the best use of technology, the candidate’s work should demonstrate the application of typography to current media, not only print.
The deadline for students to submit their application and samples is February 23, 2018.https://www.tdc.org/beatrice-warde-scholarship/
See also this older post: http://feminismandgraphicdesign.blogspot.be/2012/03/beatrice-warde-and-crystal-goblet.html