The award honors an individual who has been intensely involved in architecture education for more than a decade and whose teaching has influenced a broad range of students.
Photo Yale University Press.
In July, the Weitzman School of Design welcomed Sonja Dümpelmann to the standing faculty in the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Liyang Ding will continue his doctoral research on Hans Scharoun at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin during 2019-2020.
Joseph Watson, in collaboration with Mary Miller (GSD MLA I AP candidate), has been awarded a grant from the Harvard GSD Department of Landscape Architecture's Penny White Project Fund.
Architecture PhD Candidate Anna Weichsel has been awarded a 2015 Library Research Grant at the Getty Research Institute.
He will travel to Lisbon, New Orleans, New York, and Providence.
German Pallares was selected as one of two Andrew W. Mellon Doctoral Dissertation Fellows. The fellowships are administered by the Humanities, Urbanism, and Design Initiative (H+U+D).
Path leading to Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center in Grand Teton National Park. Photo Joseph Watson and Mary Catherine Miller, Wild Interfaces.
In May of 2015, Joseph Watson, a PhD Candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture, set out to explore the linkages between protected public lands, and the interests of stakeholders in these corridors.
Joseph Watson will be representing the PennDesign PhD Program at the 9th Savannah Symposium this week. The symposium's theme is "The Architecture of Trade," and it takes place February 5-7 at the Savannah College of Art and Design.