September 1, 2022

M.A.H.P. 2022 Annual Assembly Honors Excellent Student Work and Distinguished Alumnus, Tod Bryant, M.A.H.P. ‘08

The M.A. in Historic Preservation Assembly is the annual gathering of our community and the greater preservation field. This assembly honors our students’ prize- and award-winning work, recognizes a distinguished alumnus/a, and discusses timely and consequential issues of historic preservation practice and policy. The recordings from this year’s event on July 30 are now available.

Alumnae/i Prize in Historic Preservation Presentation

M.A.H.P. Student Jacqueline Shin “The Oak Hill Old German Baptist Brethren Settlement: Opposing Arguments” 

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Hiram McCullough Award in Historic Preservation Presentation

Megan Diehl, M.A.H.P. ’22, Historic Preservation for All People: Reconceptualizing Accessibility in Historic Buildings

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Stephen K.F. and Katharine W. Lee Prize Presentation

M.A.H.P. Student Chris Jensen “Wall Avenue Baptist Church/Pioneer Post 66” 

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M.A.H.P. Distinguished Alumnus Presentation

Tod Bryant, M.A.H.P. ‘08 

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Preservation Careers Panel

Facilitator M.A.H.P. Faculty Dr. Paula Mohr with:

  • Tobin Tracey, M.A.H.P. ’97, U.S. Department of State 
  • Nicole Deihlmann, RK&K
  • Amanda Murphy, M.A.H.P. ’10, Federal Railroad Administration

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Thesis Treatise Panel

Facilitator M.A.H.P. Faculty Dr. Betsy Bradley with: 

  • Zachary Burt, M.A.H.P. ’22, Learning from Commercial Thoroughfares and the Development of the Recent Past: an Evaluative Framework for Historic Preservationists
  • Amy Weber, M.A.H.P. ’22, Tripping Hazards: Understanding and Addressing Risks to Historic Places Posed by Legend Trippers

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