Edward P. Bass Fellowship

Initiated in 2012 to recognize and foster Anglo-American discourse in the field, Edward P. Bass (’67 (’68 B.S.), ’72 Arch.) has  informed both Universities that he has endowed this program so that each year there will be funds to enable one applicant from the University of Cambridge and two recent graduates from Yale to take advantage of this fully funded exchange program administered by the Yale School of Architecture in cooperation with the Department of Architecture of Cambridge University.

University of Cambridge & Yale School of Architecture

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March 23, 2016
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