The PIVOT Fellowship

The PIVOT Fellowship is a means of fostering original thought about issues outside the daily routine or obvious future trajectory of our firm’s thought process. PIVOT selects fellows based on the nature of their project proposal and other factors. It is a paid position and the term runs from June until September.

The PIVOT Fellowship is open to BARCH, BIARCH, MARCH, and MIARCH students for the summer preceding their final year of study at the University of Oregon. Students are selected following an application process that includes review of the candidates’ proposals for a project of their choice to be executed over the summer of the fellowship.

Each summer, the fellows’ project will constitute half of the candidates’ responsibilities. In addition to the project, fellows will be incorporated into PIVOT project teams for the duration of the program. For more information or to apply for the position, click here.

See the work of our past fellows:

2017—Clay Neal: The Missing Middle

2018—Evon Calabrese: A Built Environment for Mental Wellness

2019—Luigi Ghersi: School Design Towards Equity & Inclusivity

2022—Matilda Jereza: The City Squiggle

2023—Joshua Garhofer: Passive Aggressive House

2023—Willy Benjamin: Biogenic Materials