MAHP News Archive
Lawana Holland-Moore (MAHP Student) received a Mildred Colodny Diversity Scholarship from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The scholarship provides financial assistance and experiential learning opportunities to individuals preparing for careers in historic preservation. Its purpose is to increase the diversity of people pursuing degrees and careers in historic preservation in the United States. As part of the scholarship, Lawana presented a paper at the Trust's annual meeting in Savannah on underrepresented communities in preservation. She also recently posted "Preservation Perceptions and Moving Forward" on the Trust's Forum blog.
Ann Horowitz (MAHP 2013), preservation planner for the City of Alexandria, VA, has been invited to give a presentation on the effects of sea level rise on historic resources at the 40th annual California Preservation Conference in San Diego next month. She will be joined by Lisa Craig, Preservation Planner, City of Annapolis, MD. The city has been working with the National Trust for Historic Preservation on developing protocols for protecting historic properties from rising sea levels. Ann's master's thesis focused on the effects of sea level rise on historic resources on the East and Gulf Coasts.
Shelley Stokes-Hammond (MAHP 2011) article "Opening Doors to 'Ludlow's Colorfield' in Shaker Heights, Ohio" appeared in the November-December 2014 issues of The Alliance Review, the Journal of the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions.
Anne Horowitz (MAHP 2013), and MAHP students Maria Lopez-Martinez and Darlene Hassler, along with Richard Wagner, Director and Professor, MAHP Program, presented a session on Innovative Solutions to Climate Change at Past/Forward 2014, the National Trust for Historic Preservation's annual meeting in Savannah Georgia.
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.