Call for entries to inaugural A.E. Bye/Landscape Architecture Archives Research Fellow programme

Applicants are encouraged to enter their submissions for the inaugural A.E. Bye/Landscape Architecture Archives Research Fellow programme run by the Department of Landscape Architecture at Penn State University by 7th March 2012. $2,500 funding is on offer to a scholar, professional or researcher who wishes to use the Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State’s University Park Campus for one week or longer. This fund is to cover transportation, lodging and any other incurred costs.

After the Research Fellow has completed their project, they will be asked to submit an essay or small publication of their findings, or to publically present their work within six months of the archival research period. Letters of interest (no longer than two pages) with details of the intended research project and anticipated dates must be submitted with a current CV to Kelly Riser at More information on the Research Fellow programme can be found here.

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