Students graduating this semester with a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation: César Bargues Ballester Sarah Julia Blitzer with a dual degree in Architecture and an Ecological Architecture certificate Eryn Colleen Boyce
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation extends our sincerest condolences to the friends, family, and colleagues of celebrated heritage professional Dr. Ronald Van Oers, who passed away in late April. Dr.
PennDesign’s Therapeutic Landscape Symposium was an opportunity for people engaged in scholarship, design, and public health to reflect on the development of this complex and dynamic concept i
Making memorials to remember and commemorate tragedies is a common practice of our society. In the Memorials and Memorialization course, taught by Randy Mason of the Graduate Program in Historic Preserva
The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation had the pleasure of hosting two events with Susan Macdonald, Head of Field Projects at the Getty Conservation Institute, this week.
PennDesign faculty member, Aaron Wunsch led the efforts to save St. Peter's Church of Christ in West Philadelphia, and his success was recently featured in a Penn Current article.
The Historic Preservation Program held their annual picnic on Sunday, May 3rd to celebrate the close of the spring semester. Students, faculty, staff, along with family, friends, and pets gathered at The Woodlands and enjoyed a beautiful day on the l
Congratulations to Historic Preservation alumna Catherine Dewey (MSHP’99) who has been named Chief Resource Manager for the National Mall and Memorial Parks in the National Park Service. She has been acting Chief since 2014 after working with the Park Service in a variety of capacities, inc
If anything was confirmed on the weekend of March 27-29, 2015, it is that Historic Preservation students get it done.
Professor Randy Mason, Associate Professor and Chair of the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation and Executive Director of PennPraxis gave an int
Winter is upon us here in Montana, signaling the end of the recent fieldwork season. This summer/fall saw a great deal of progress on the
PennDesign is pleased to begin the new year with the announcement our Spring 2015 Lecture Series, opening with