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Architecture Bachelor Degree Traveling Fellowship

These Traveling Fellowships recognize the need to help young architects to broaden their education and take an enlightened view of society’s need to improve the built and natural environments. First awarded in 1981, they are now an important measure of design achievement among architecture students and their sponsors. These awards also recognize the excellence of the schools themselves in training the leading design architects of the next generation.


Students must be nominated by their Departments of Architecture in the spring of their college graduating year and should speak with the Dean/Chair/Director of that department. Nomination information packages are mailed to schools in March. Nominations are usually due in April and submissions are due in late May/June.

For more information about this fellowship opportunity, please visit:

http://www.somfoundation.som.com/fellowships_awards.htm

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