Harvard Graduate School of Design has announced is 2017 class of Loeb Fellows. Since 1971, Loeb Fellows from around the world have come together at the GSD for a year of study and collaboration, strengthening their respective abilities to create positive social change. This year’s class includes practitioners working in urban inequality, planning policy, refugee camps, the democratization of telecommunications, changing design in Ethiopia, the empowerment of the elderly in community development, hydrologic restoration in cities, and environmental justice and food security.
The GSD will introduce the Loeb Fellows through a series of classroom lunchtime sessions from September 12-15. An evening reception will also be held on the 14th in Piper Auditorium.