MAHP News Archive

April News

Kim O'Connell (MAHP 2006) recently published "Where are the Gaps in Preservation Education" in Architect, the magazine of the American Institute of Architects.  The article discusses the latest trends in preservation education. Hugh Miller, FAIA (MAHP Faculty) and Richard Wagner, AIA (MAHP Director) were both quoted in the article.

Keith Park (MAHP 2010), preservation horticulturist with the National Park service, San Francisco Regional Office was recently featured in an article in the Los Angeles Times on his efforts to save a giant sequoia planted by John Muir at his home near San Francisco.

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March News

Lynette Felber (MAHP 2012) has been appointed to the Bellingham (WA) Historic Preservation Commission.  She has also opened her own firm, Chronicles Preservation Consultants, which specializes in documenting historic properties.

Brian Lione (MAHP 2004) has been appointed Executive Director, Iraqi Institute Programs, University of Delaware.  The Institute is a collaborative effort of nine US and Iraq based cultural educational and institutions to preserve the important heritage of ancient Mesopotamia.  

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