Receive a $100,000 stipend for research

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Receive a $100,000 stipend for research

Postby Donald » Fri Nov 19, 2004 7:30 pm

This just announced from the AIA:

The AIA College of Fellows announces a call for submissions for the 2005 Latrobe Fellowship. All applications must be postmarked on or before February 4, 2005. The fellowship—named for Benjamin Henry Latrobe, one of America’s first professional architects—supports research that will increase the knowledge base of the architecture profession. The 2005 Latrobe Fellow will receive a $100,000 stipend for research, findings, and recommendations documented in publications, exhibitions, or educational programming that will inform, educate, and provide new insights for the architecture profession: ... atrobe.htm

The Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture, which is pursuing research into how the human brain perceives architecture, received the 2003 Latrobe Fellowship:

Happy writing :D
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Postby Architorture » Sun Nov 21, 2004 12:37 am

hmm thats pretty interesting stuff... what could i look into for 100k...
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