The Michael Christopher Duda Center for Preservation, Resilience, and Sustainability announces a full-tuition fellowship with first preference for a Texas resident who qualifies for admission to the Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MSHP) degree program at the University of Notre Dame's School of Architecture.
This two-year degree is open to those with a previous degree in architecture or its equivalent who wish to pursue a specialized graduate study in historic preservation and its role in new sustainable development. The curriculum is taught by an international faculty of experts in the field, with three semesters at the Notre Dame campus near Chicago and a semester of study in Rome, Italy (which includes travel to monument sites like the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, pictured.) There is also a summer internship that involves hands-on experience in preservation projects that are underway, professional firms, public agencies, or advocacy organizations.
This is a superb opportunity for students and professionals who wish to develop the skills and experience needed to make significant contributions to the convergence of cultural heritage conservation and the design of buildings and cities that are beautiful, sustainable, and just.
Texas residents are invited to apply for this fellowship, underwritten by the Duda Center, which covers the costs of tuition for the two-year program. Additional financial aid may also be available for qualified applicants.
For more information about the program and the fellowship, please visit our website or contact the Director of the Duda Center, Professor Steven Semes.
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