Aerial view of London © Kevin Allen

Aerial view of London © Kevin Allen

Three Architecture Students Awarded Paul Katz Fellowship

KPF has announced three recipients of the 2017 Paul Katz/KPF Scholars Fellowship, hailing from architecture programs on the East Coast.

Carly Dickson of Harvard University and Ryan Roark of Princeton University have each been awarded $25,000 for study in London. Ruben Segovia, also from Harvard, has been awarded the $10,000 Merit Award.

The Paul Katz/KPF Scholars Fellowship is an internationally competitive award established and administered by the KPF Foundation in honor of the life and work of former KPF Principal Paul Katz. It is given each year to assist international students in their pursuit of studying issues of global urbanism upon graduation from a Masters of Architecture program from five schools at which Paul studied or participated as a teacher: Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, and University of Pennsylvania. The Fellowship is supported through the generosity of people who worked closely with Mr. Katz, including friends, clients, colleagues, and KPF.