For the 2005-06 academic year, Anat Geva, associate professor
of architecture at Texas A&M University was named a Stipendiary
Faculty Fellow in Religious Studies at the Melbern G. Glasscock
Center for Humanities Research at Texas A&M.
Geva, a member of thee the College of Architecture faculty since
1991, received the appointment for her project "Frank Lloyd
Wright's Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form and Building Technology."
The Glasscock Center is dedicated to fostering and celebrating
the humanities and humanities research among the community of
scholars at Texas A&M University and in the world beyond
Stipendiary Fellows are selected each year in conjunction with
departments and interdisciplinary programs affiliated with the
Glasscock Center. These scholars are encouraged to pursue work
in their own disciplines and to explore opportunities for research
on interdisciplinary projects. Stipendiary fellows participate
in the Center's activities, present papers at its colloquium,
and receive a research stipend of $1500, funded by the Glasscock
Center and their home departments or programs.