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Aggies receive AIH/
AHA fellowships

2005 American Institute of Architects/
American Hospital Association awards
go to A&M architecture students



Two Texas A&M University architecture students, Ming-Young Seo, a doctorate student, and Shane Boren, master of architecture student, were awarded 2005 American Institute of Architects/American Hospital Association (AIA/AHA) Fellowships.

Seo was the only international student to receive a fellowship and Boren received an $8,000 grant for his fellowship, the highest awarded, noted Kirk Hamilton, associate professor of architecture and fellow in the Center for Health Systems & Design.

The AIA Academy of Architecture for Health and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering of the AHA sponsor this program, which provides two or more graduate fellowships each year.

At the time an application is submitted, applicants must either have earned and received a professional degree from an accredited school of architecture in the United States, Canada or Mexico or be in the final year of academic work leading to such a degree. A joint AIA/AHA evaluation committee reviews all applications and selects the fellowship recipients on the basis of the proposed study program and the applicant's qualifications and potential for future achievement in the field of healthcare architecture.


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