Saturday, June 13, 2009
Delbert C. Highlands Travel Fellowship for Alumni
The School of Architecture is pleased to announce its first offering of the Delbert C. Highlands Travel Fellowship for the year 2010. The Fellowship is named in honor of Professor Delbert Highlands who taught courses in architectural design, design theory, and architectural history from the 1960s through the first decade of this century. He has been widely recognized as a seminal teacher, whose skill, and understanding enriched the educations of generations of students.
Only alumni of the School of Architecture are eligible to receive the award. There is no age restriction, but it is recognized that most successful applicants will be in early or mid-career. Students in the final year of their studies may apply so long as they will have graduated by the time they would receive the award. Awardees cannot be enrolled in an educational institution during the award period. Faculty and employees of CMU, former Fellowship-winners, and members of the founding committee are not eligible.