AIA Arthur N. Tuttle Jr. Graduate Fellowship in Health Facility Planning and Design

03-03-2017 17:04

The 2017 Fellowship deadline has now passed and is expected to re-open in early 2018. This fellowship is named in honor of Arthur Tuttle, and architect and educator who mentored the fellowship program and its fellows for more than a decade. Tuttle’s dedication to the Academy of Architecture for Health and its programs made him a living example what it means to be engaged in a “fellowship” of ideas, community, and giving. For years, the fellowship was funded by longtime supporter STERIS. It is currently funded by the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH). Fellowship award(s) range from 2,000-$10,000. Goals To increase architecture and healthcare students’ awareness of the special needs and nature of healthcare facilities To attract talented young architects and students to this field To advance the knowledge of planning and design for healthcare environments To establish relevant research material for the profession of healthcare architecture See the PDF below for the application form and more details.

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