The Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, now in its fifth decade, is a unique program that offers the resources of Harvard University to a diverse group of professionals who have promising careers in shaping the built and natural environment. Each year, ten accomplished individuals are selected from an open application process and invited to spend one academic year in residence, to take classes, study, learn, reflect, network, and contribute to the intellectual life of Harvard GSD.
Founded with a gift from John and Frances Loeb, the program has received nearly 500 fellows from 36 US states and 19 countries. It is currently guided by Public Architecture founder John Peterson, who was appointed curator last spring.
Applications are now open for the 2016–2017 program, with materials due by midnight EST, January 6, 2016. Learn more about the Loeb Fellowship, submit an application, or nominate a candidate on the program's website.