2022 Fellowship Program Cancelled Due to Continued Covid Concerns. Program to resume for Summer 2023.
Since the first Fellowship in 1996, twenty-seven historic sites in Virginia have been researched and documented by undergraduate and graduate students from throughout North America. The Rudy J. Favretti Fellowship was named in honor of the GCV landscape architect who served from 1978 to 1998. In 2005, the William D. Rieley Fellowship was created, named in honor of the GCV’s landscape architect from 1998 to 2021.
Mount Airy Plantation, Richmond County
Hayden M. Hammons, Louisiana State University 2019 William D. Rieley Fellow Full Report
Dania Khalifat, Al Ahliyya Amman University and the University of Massachusetts 2019 Rudy J. Favretti Fellow Full Report
Sherwood Forest Plantation, Charles City County
Mary Fesak, Clemson University and the College of Charleston 2018 Rudy J. Favretti Fellow Full Report
Shirley Plantation, Charles City County
Penelope Cottrell-Crawford, University of Arizona 2018 William D. Rieley Fellow Full Report
Westover, Charles City County
Krista Reimer, University of Pennsylvania 2017 Rieley Fellow Full Report