Traveling Fellowships

Traveling Fellowships have been established at the USC School of Architecture to provide undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to study abroad to further their studies and research of architecture.

 

Avi Efraim Gesundheit Traveling Fellowship

The Avi Efraim Gesundheit Traveling Fellowship provides financial support to a third (3rd) year student in the School of Architecture to travel for research purposes as part of his/her architectural studies.  The traveling fellowship endowment remembers and honors the life of Avi Efraim Gesundheit (1978-96), a second generation Trojan enrolled in the School of Architecture Class of 2001 at the University of Southern California.

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The Gesundheit Family / USC Architectural Guild Graduate Traveling Fellowship

The Gesundheit Family/USC Architectural Guild Graduate Traveling Fellowship provides financial support to a graduate student in the USC School of Architecture to travel as part of his/her studies. This fellowship is open to all graduate students.

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The Patrick Martin Memorial Traveling Fellowship

The Patrick Martin Memorial Traveling Fellowship is designed to provide financial support for students in the School of Architecture’s Study Abroad Program in Italy. The funding shall supplement the program but not support it. (Fellowship Funding cannot be used to pay for Study Abroad). The appropriate applicant will be a 3rd year student who has been accepted into the Italy Study Abroad program that will occur the spring semester of his/her 4th year.

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Chase L. Leavitt Traveling Fellowship

This traveling fellowship is available to all fifth (5th) and fourth (4th) year undergraduate students at the USC School of Architecture who are pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture or a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies.

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George H. Mayr Traveling Fellowship

This traveling fellowship is available to all fifth (5th) and fourth (4th) year undergraduate students at the USC School of Architecture who are pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture or a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies.

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Jon Adams Jerde Traveling Fellowship

This traveling fellowship is available to all fifth (5th) and fourth (4th) year undergraduate students at the USC School of Architecture who are pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture or a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies.

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William and Neoma Timme Traveling Fellowship

Established by Robert H. Timme, FAIA, FAAR, architect, scholar, and Dean of the USC School of Architecture from 1996-2005 in recognition of his parents, William and Neoma Timme.  This fellowship provides funds for a student or students of the USC School of Architecture to study gardens and urban settings.  This fellowship is open to all undergraduate and graduate students.

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