Associate Dean Himanshu Sanghani got shortlisted in one national and two international level competitions in the year 2020.
Assistant Professor Sourav Banerjea received an amount of Rs. 10,000 from Nippon Paint for Best Mentor Award in Asia Young Designer award, which was held in Feathers Hotel Chennai. Sushant School of Art and Architecture received the best institute award.
Professor Suruchi Modi and Associate Professor Nidhi Dandona received a travel grant from Sushant University for the 2-day conference - The International Conference Future Cities at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee in Dec 20i9.
Assistant Professor Parshati Dutta was awarded the International Fellowship- Third International Youth Forum on Creativity and Heritage along the Silk Roads by UNESCO, National Commission of China for UNESCO, Municipal Government Changsha, Municipal Government Nanjing in the year 2019.
Assistant Professor Parshati Dutta received a Non-Government Research Grant- Arts Research Grant by India Foundation for the Arts between December 2018 - June 2019 to study - Significance of cultural heritage in present time of conflict in Kashmir
Assistant Professor Parshati Dutta received a Non-Government Research Grant- Sahapedia Frames Photography Grant by Sahapedia between the year 2018-2019 to study on Eternal witness of Kashmir Valley: Tracing the Jhelum river.
Assistant Professor Sourav Banerjea received a travel grant from the Sushant University for the 3-day conference in Pittsburgh, USA in 2019. He presented his paper on “Examining ‘Order in Disorder’: A Speculation into Space, Time & The Human Subject, in the Context of Urban Villages in Delhi.
Professor Prof Bhawna Dandona and Assistant Professor Suruchi Shah received an international travel and sustenance grant from ICCM (International Conference on Composite Materials) Foundation and Getty Foundation for the 13th ICCM Conference, Barcelona to present their work on Challenges of Terrazzo Conservation in British Period Buildings of Delhi, India
Assistant Professor Parshati Dutta was awarded the International Sahapedia - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Fellowship by Sahapedia in partnership with UNESCO New Delhi Office between the year 2016 and 2017 for her research work on the mughal imperial road in Jammu and Kashmir section.
Professor Bhawna Dandona received a Non-Government Research Grant- Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) Research Scholarship from INTACH - Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage in 2015-2016 to survey and characterize the historic bricks (lakhori)
Professor Amrita Madan received grant money from the Sushant University for establishing and setting up SSAA FacTOR. A unique training programme for faculty and researchers of the Built Environment (architecture, design and planning) under the aegis of Sushant School of Art and Architecture