The Cyril M. Leeder Prize is awarded annually to students making an outstanding contribution to Urban Design who are either in their third or fourth years of the Bachelor of Architectural Studies program or in their first year of the Masters program. The Prize will be awarded following a juried competition. The jury will consist of Mr. Cyril Leeder (or a family member), the Director of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, the Associate Directors and one invited external architect. The winner will be announced by the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research on the recommendation of the Director of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism. The entries for the competition must present architectural ideas and concepts for either a single building that demonstrates exceptional relationships at the human scale to its neighbourhood or a broad scale development proposal that acknowledges its surroundings in a way that enhances the public room. The judging criteria established by the jury must uphold principles of sound urban design by positively relating densities, configurations and uses of the proposed design to the needs of a constantly evolving human condition.