Faculty Awards & Fellowships-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

School of Architecture Faculty Awards 

Faculty Awards

The Isabel Sophia Liceaga Discretionary Fund

 has been established to support the highest priority needs of the School of Architecture and its constituents. To that end, the Head of the School is soliciting project proposals from the faculty that advance the mission and reputation of the School. A strong emphasis will be placed upon projects that critically engage our students. Upon completion of the project, the recipients of funding will be required to make a public presentation of their work to the School community.

The Margaret B. Gruger (A'41) Faculty Fund

 has been established to support the needs of the School of Architecture and its faculty. To that end, the Head of the School is soliciting project proposals from the faculty that advance the mission and reputation of the School. Upon completion of the project, the recipients of funding will be required to make a public presentation of their work to the School community.

The Ferguson Jacobs Prize encourages design excellence based on long-standing design principles that promote beauty and harmony in the built environment. The prize is awarded to faculty and to students in alternating years.

The George N. Pauly Jr. Fellowship provides emerging practitioners and studio educators the opportunity to develop a body of work while teaching at a vibrant school of architecture. Fellows contribute to the intellectual life of the school through a 9-month appointment that focuses on two design studios and a research seminar related to their creative activity, research, and pedagogical agenda. Additional support is offered to the Fellows through a research assistant and research funding. The work of the Fellows is presented in a public forum such as a lecture and/or exhibition. Carnegie Mellon's Current Pauly Fellow is Frank Melendez