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Architecture and Design Graduate Student Travels to Three Continents

Catherine Dozier

Catherine Dozier, a third-year graduate student in UT’s College of Architecture and Design.

Catherine Dozier, a graduate student in UT’s College of Architecture and Design, traveled the world this summer to study the importance of cultural identity and analyze the ways in which it affects the design of public architecture.

Dozier’s travels were made possible by the Aydelott Travel Award, an endowed scholarship by the late architect Alfred Aydelott and his wife, Hope. The award funded the third-year School of Architecture graduate student’s eight-week journey to 15 cities throughout Finland, China, Japan, and Brazil.

Read more about Dozier’s research and experiences in Tennessee Today!

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