Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Three Architecture Graduates to Present Lecture on Their Travels Today

This Wednesday, April 27, the University of Hartford Architecture Lecture Series will present a lecture by three recent graduates – Michelle HarriganBrenda Eaton, and Carolina Calle.

The lecture will start at 4:44 p.m. in Wilde Auditorium, and is free and open to the public.

Harrigan, Eaton and Calle together shared the Tai Soo Kim Travel Fellowship, and will present a lecture on their travels and their discoveries. The Tai Soo Kim Travel Fellowship is awarded annually to a matriculating graduate student, or students, in recognition of their achievement, for the purpose of pursuing study abroad.

The Fellowship was established by area architect Tai Soo Kim, FAIA, of Tai Soo Kim Partners, to encourage the independent study of architecture by graduating master's students. Students may travel anywhere they wish, but their program of study must include a service component. Mr. Kim will be in attendance at Wednesday's lecture.

The Architecture Lecture Series is made possible through the JCJ Architecture Endowment of the University of Hartford Department of Architecture. Please join us!


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