Caudill Fellowship – Texas A&M University

Caudill Fellowship

Awarded to a new doctoral student in the Texas A&M University Department of Architecture, the William Wayne Caudill Student Research Fellowship provides an opportunity to focus on innovation in professional practice and management, people-centered design and predesign services, or computing and information technology.

The fellowship was established by the architecture firm Caudill, Rowlett, Scott (CRS) in 1983 to honor Bill Caudill, FAIA, who was a professor and researcher at Texas A&M, a CRS founder, and the recipient of the 1985 AIA Gold Medal.

For more information or to apply, please contact CRS Center for Leadership & Management in the Design & Construction Industry