MAHP News Archive
The Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Program at Goucher College invites you to the Friends of Goucher Reception during the National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference on Nov. 14.[full story]
Will Cook (Faculty), Darlene Hassler (Current Student), Lawana Holland-Moore (Current Student), Ann Horowitz (2013), María Fernanda López (Current Student), Robert Z. Melnick (Faculty), and Richard Wagner (Director) will be a presenting at the National Trust for Historic Preservation's annual conference, PastForward, in Savannah, Ga., November 11-14, 2014 at Savannah International Trade & Convention Center and the Westin Hotel. More than 2,000 attendees are expected to attend, including historic preservationists, architects, city planners, developers, and public and private-sector professionals.
Kim O'Connell (MAHP 2006) was awarded a Writing Fellowship for the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts based at Sweet Briar College. VCCA was founded in 1971 near Charlottesville, VA and is the only creative arts program in the country associated with an institution of higher education. Fellows in writing, the creative arts, and theater spend up to two weeks at the Center, allowing them to think, talk and interact with other fellows without the distraction of day-to-day activities. Kim will be in residence in January 2015.
Lawana Holland Moore is the recipient of the 2014 The National Trust for Historic Preservation's Mildred Colodny Diversity Scholarship for Graduate Study in Historic Preservation. The award provides her with an internship with the National Trust, scholarship to support her graduate studies in the Master of Arts in Historic Preservation program at Goucher College, and support to participate in the Trust's PastForward Conference in Savannah, Georgia.