|Advancing the Education of Young Architecture Graduates through Foreign Travel-Study|
Welcome to the Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship (CFTF)
The Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship Fund was established in 2002 by Brooks Cavin, III, AIA as part of the California Community Foundation.The initial award of this traveling scholarship was in 2007. The Fellowship intends to offer travel-study opportunities to west coast scholars similar to the Rotch and Rapson Fellowships. The Fellowship intends to nurture design understanding of resource sustainability in the world. The Cavin Fellowship awards will honor the families and architectural traditions of William Brooks Cavin, Sr. and William Brooks Cavin, Jr., FAIA. The Cavin family will remain involved in the mission of the Fellowship.The 2015 $12,000 Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship was awarded to University or Oregon graduate Alex Zelaya (Class of 2012). The final presentation took place on May 22nd in Los Angeles at Richard Neutra’s VDL House, and included presentations by the five finalists: Alex Zelaya (U of O), Alexander Dykes (U of O),Dylan Woock (U of O), Makoto Shibuya (U of O), and John Martin Tubles (Cal Poly Pomona) who received second prize.