The Marvin E. Goody Award of $5,000 is awarded to an MIT graduate student in any department at MIT who is expecting to complete his or her Master’s thesis at the end of the 2012 Fall Term and who: explores the bond between good design and good building, extends the horizons of existing building techniques and materials, and fosters the links between the academic world and the building industry. The Award was established in 1983 by Joan A. Goody in the name of Marvin E. Goody (1929-1980), an MIT alumnus and faculty member. Applicants need to submit an application form, resume, thesis proposal, two letters of recommendation, and a budget indicating the proposed use of funds. The application deadline is April 30th, 2012, and the winners will be announced on May 21, 2012. For more information, visit the Department of Architecture, 7-337.
April 30 Deadline for the Marvin E. Goody Award
April 23, 2012