2020 LOEB Fellows: Accomplished Practitioners Shaping the Built and Natural Environment

Nine mid-career innovators spending the year engaging in research and discussion on topics such as art, architecture, and public policy.

Each year, the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard invites mid-career practitioners to engage in a year of research on its campus in Cambridge, Mass., where the fellows consider how their work might advance equitable social futures.

Loeb Fellows are accomplished practitioners, influential in shaping the built and natural environment, whose work is advancing positive social outcomes in the US and around the world. In the middle of promising careers, fellows step away from their hectic professional lives for one academic year. Fellows audit classes at the GSD and throughout the vast network of Harvard and MIT. They engage with faculty and students, participate in Fellowship events, and collaborate with their peers. They become part of a powerful growing network of colleagues passionately committed to revitalizing communities.

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