the opportunity to
civic leaders, journalists, architects, technologists, urban planners and designers, activists, landscape architects, policy makers, and public artists
who come from around the world to the Harvard Graduate School of Design with one purpose: to make the world a better place for all.
The 50th anniversary of the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act presented an opportunity to look at preservation through the eyes of several Loebs who have been active in the field.
Tackling social problems, health and wellbeing, environmental enhancements, climate change and urban realm (at little or no extra cost)
Some Loebs take a little time to decide their next move when the Loeb Fellowship year concludes. For Brett Moore (LF ’16), opportunity came knocking midway through the year
New Orleans, LA
Arts and Culture
Urban Planning and Design
Journalism and Publication