Applications for the 2020 - 2021 year are now open.
Please see the PDF links attached below for all details and requirements. The application deadline is February 7, 2020.
WATCH the audio PPT to hear background details on each of the fellowships listed, and the impact they have on future healthcare architects.
AIA AAH Fellowship
Arthur N. Tuttle Jr. Graduate Fellowship in Health Facility Planning and Design
The Tuttle Fellowship supports graduate students and emerging professionals seeking licensure, increasing their awareness of the needs and nature of healthcare facilities, attracting talented young architects and students to the field and advancing the knowledge of planning and design for healthcare environments. Awards are typically from $2,000 – $10,000.
AAH Foundation Fellowships
J Armand Burgun Fellowship:
This fellowship is in honor of J. Armand Burgun, FAIA, FACHA, a true pioneer of the Facilities Guidelines Institute, “in grateful acknowledgement of his 50 years of extraordinary leadership, dedication and vision in the development and use of many generations of this document.” Fellowship award(s) range from $10,000 – $20,000 and go to students and/or professionals who demonstrate a strong interest in advancing the knowledge, application and participation of the Facilities Guidelines Institute.
Griffin/McKahan/Zilm (GMZ) Graduate Fellowship in Health Facility Planning & Design:
This fellowship has been established by three leaders in healthcare planning through the Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation Legends fund to encourage research into healthcare programming and planning. Fellowship award(s) range from $2,000 – $7,500.
The George J. Mann, AIA Travel Prize:
This travel prize has been established in honor of George J. Mann, AIA, Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA Endowed professor in health facilities design at Texas A&M, to support travel expenses for students pursuing a healthcare architecture education. Recipients will be announced at the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health Update at the PDC Conference. Recipient prize amount is $4,000.#AcademyofArchitectureforHealth#ArthurTuttleFellowship#Conferences#emergingprofessionals