Doctoral Assistantships in Planning, Design and the Built Environment

Clemson University : Posted 23/11/2011

The College of Architecture, Arts, and Humanities at Clemson
University is accepting applications for five three-year
assistantships for the pursuit of the Ph.D. degree in Planning, Design, and
the Built Environment. The fellowship provides a stipend of $18,800
payable per year plus tuition, and may be renewed for up to two years.

The objective of the program is to prepare a new generation of
academics and professionals to deal with the diverse and complex
issues relating the future of our built environment. The program
is interdisciplinary drawing a core from the fields of architecture,
landscape architecture, planning, and construction science. We have
identified focus areas of: Regional & Community Development & Design;
Built Environment and Health; Restoration, Sustainability & Landscape
Ecology; Technology, Materials and Construction Processes. It is
expected that graduates of this program will be well prepared to
address increasingly complex issues relating to human settlement
patterns and the built environment. I hope you will share it with
students who are or might be considering application to a doctoral
program for the fall semester of 2012. While we have a rolling admissions
Process, we will begin reviewing applications around the 5th of January
2012.

More information about the University can be found at our web site at:
http://www.clemson.edu

More information about the PhD program at:
http://www.clemson.edu/caah/pdbe/

For additional information on the program contact:

Mickey Lauria, Ph.D.
Co-editor of the Town Planning Review
Director of Planning, Design and the Built Environment
Professor of City and Regional Planning
020 Hardin Hall
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634
864-656-0520
mlauria@clemson.edu

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