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Friday, July 19, 2024


June 25, 2003 — Marshall A. Bell Jr. received a master's of architecture degree from Yale University School of Architecture at this year's May graduation ceremonies.
In addition to this second professional degree, Bell received the H.I. Feldman Prize, which is awarded by Yale annually since 1955 "for the best solution to an architectural problem, taking into consideration the practical, functional and aesthetic requirements of that problem," according to the Yale University catalog.
A news release from the university said that the work of graduate and undergraduate students at the Yale School of Architecture will exhibit on campus May 23 to August 1 in "Future Now." Exhibitors will include nominees for the Feldman Prize.
Bell, a 1987 graduate of All Saints Cathedral School, is the son of Marshall and Nancy Bell of St. Thomas.
He previously received degrees from Woodbury University Los Angeles and the Southern California Institute of Architecture. After completing a teaching fellowship at the Yale graduate school, Bell plans to return to California to continue his career.

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