Students awarded fellowships for research abroad

maryjohns

Mar 19, 2018

The Tulane School of Architecture announced Emily Ketterer and Erica Perine as the recipients of two recently established travel fellowships.

Ketterer, a Master of Preservation Studies student, was awarded the Ann and Frank Masson Research Fellowship to study 19th century Scottish stonemason traditions in Scotland and Vermont.

Perine, a fourth-year architecture student, received the Elizabeth Gamard Memorial Travel Fellowship. She will study the intersections of architecture and music in Vienna, Austria.

Both recipients will travel and conduct research this summer and share their findings in a public lecture during the 2018-19 academic year.

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Current Students
Degree: 
M.ARCH - Undergraduate, MPS - Master in Preservation Studies
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