Travel & Research Fellowship

Named by Architectural Digest as “one of the Fellowship programs paving the way for the future of architecture,” the Hart Howerton Fellowship is open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design who will be entering their final year of study. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue a research topic of their choice along with a professional summer internship in Hart Howerton’s New York or San Francisco office.

Background

In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. For almost two decades, the Fellowship has offered annual summer internships in our New York and San Francisco offices, as well as funded travel for research on a topic the Fellow selects. Fellows graduate with the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design and worldwide travel and research. The Fellowship underscores Hart Howerton’s longstanding commitment to continuing educational opportunities, with the energy, enthusiasm and input of new designers who, in the process of learning, are laying a foundation for the next generation of design thinking.

Structure & Schedule

The annual call for applications opens in the fall and closes in January of the following year. Winners are announced in the spring and commence their internship, research and travel in the early summer. Hart Howerton defines an 8-week professional intern “assignment” as part of an existing firm project, followed by the Fellow’s self-defined, approved topic of travel and research. The 3-week travel/research period’s findings are prepared as a report presented by the Fellow to the firm and published by Hart Howerton.

The call for applications opens in October.
Travel & Research Fellowship

Named by Architectural Digest as “one of the Fellowship programs paving the way for the future of architecture,” the Hart Howerton Fellowship is open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design who will be entering their final year of study. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue a research topic of their choice along with a professional summer internship in Hart Howerton’s New York or San Francisco office.

The call for applications opens in October.
Travel & Research Fellowship

Named by Architectural Digest as “one of the Fellowship programs paving the way for the future of architecture,” the Hart Howerton Fellowship is open to undergraduate and graduate students in planning, architecture, landscape architecture and interior design who will be entering their final year of study. Fellows pursue a research topic of their choice along with a professional summer internship in Hart Howerton’s New York or San Francisco office.

The call for applications opens in October.
Background

In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. For almost two decades, the Fellowship has offered annual summer internships in our New York and San Francisco offices, as well as funded travel for research on a topic the Fellow selects. Fellows graduate with the advantages of professional office experience, collaborative interdisciplinary design and worldwide travel and research. The Fellowship underscores Hart Howerton’s longstanding commitment to continuing educational opportunities, with the energy, enthusiasm and input of new designers who, in the process of learning, are laying a foundation for the next generation of design thinking.

Structure & Schedule

The annual call for applications opens in the fall and closes in January of the following year. Winners are announced in the spring and commence their internship, research and travel in the early summer.

Hart Howerton defines an 8-week professional intern “assignment” as part of an existing firm project, followed by the Fellow’s self-defined, approved topic of travel and research. The 3-week travel/research period’s findings are prepared as a report presented by the Fellow to the firm and published by Hart Howerton.

2024 + 2023 Fellows
Past Recipients

ELIZABETH ANDERSON
University of Notre Dame

ZINA FRASER
Harvard University Graduate School of Design

NOAH SANNES
Yale University

MARIAM JACOB
Columbia University GSAPP

KATELYN DIMOPOULOS
Georgia Institute of Technology

LAUREN DUSSEAU
University of Virginia

SARAH ZAMLER
Columbia University

ANDREW J. SEAGO
University of Notre Dame

JENNA FROWEIN
University of California, Berkeley

BRANDON ZIRZOW
Syracuse University

EWA PODGORSKA
Rhode Island School of Design

PORTIA MALIK
University of Pennsylvania

MOLLY TAYLOR
University of Oregon

LUCAS BOYD
Yale University

EKATERINA DOVJENKO
University of Toronto

XIAO WU
Yale University

DAPHNE BINDER
Yale University

DANIEL TOOLE
Harvard University

BAHA SADREDDIN
Harvard University

TUE PHAM
University of Texas

BLAKE HUDELSON
California College of the Arts

DAVID GLICK
Harvard University

MICHELLE MILLER
Harvard University

ALICE PHILLIPS
University of California, Berkeley

BRANDON HALL
Washington University

MAGGIE HANSEN
University of Virginia

EMILY VOGLER
University of Pennsylvania

STEPHEN BALUT
University of Texas

CHRISTINA GLASGOW
University of Cincinnati

REBECCA FUCHS
University of Pennsylvania

SARAH LU
Harvard University

ZAKERY SNIDER
Yale University

HEATHER WOODWORTH
University of Virginia

MARY NUNN
Pennsylvania State University

MARLO DOWELL
University of Washington

MARK PHEMISTER
University of Virginia

MICHAEL MURPHY
Harvard University

CHRISTOFOROS ROMANOS
Massachusetts Institiute of Technology

WENDY FOK
Princeton University

FRANCESCA HERNANDEZ
Ball State University