Helo receives Harvard University Masters degree
CAMBRIDGE, MASS – Stuart D. Helo received a Harvard Graduate School of Design, Master in Architecture degree at the 358th Harvard University Commencement on June 4, 2009, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Mr. Helo completed Master in Architecture II (MArch II), Post-professional Degree requirements at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts upon his completion of the Fall 2008 Semester.
This program which leads to the Master in Architecture as a post-professional degree is intended for individuals who have completed a five-year undergraduate professional program in architecture or its equivalent. The course of study extends the base of knowledge of the professional field through graduate study with particular emphasis on design.
Harvard University was founded October 28, 1636 in Massachusetts. The original name was Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was the first school of higher education in America and is named for John Harvard, an early benefactor, who bequeathed his library to the new college in New England.
Mr. Helo earned his undergraduate professional studies degree in Architecture at Louisiana State University of Baton Rouge in May, 2007.
Stuart Helo is the son of Ronald and Monica Helo. His grandparents are Kermit Helo Sr. and the late Dorothy Helo; and Dennis and Rosalie Landry.