Chris Laswell ‘13, Environmental Studies Major with a Minor in Historic Preservation, has secured a year-long internship as a Cultural Resources Technician in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This position is located within the Environmental Planning Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific (NAVFAC Pacific) and Chris will be providing technical support for archeological and historical resources surveys and inventories of significant properties in Guam. Upon completing this internship, Chris is hoping to apply to graduate school to receive his Masters in Architecture.
It's that time of the year when our 2nd year HP graduate students will be presenting their thesis and terminal project research. This is a great time to see what our students have been researching and the insights that have been learned, all presentations are open to the public and we encourage faculty and students to attend. Please see the embedded calendar for all of the dates and locations.
Thursday, May 22nd 12-12:50pm in Lawrence Hall 231
Historic Preservation Program students at UO have produced a handbook on conserving historic masonry. The students of Adjunct Professor Lauren Allsopp spent twelve weeks analyzing masonry structures of all kinds in Cottage Grove, Oregon, whose Main Street is a classic example of a late Victorian town. The handbook, which offers recommendations for building owners, is available for free online.
Benjamin Stinnet, a second-year graduate student in the Historic Preservation Program, will be presenting at the 2014 Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation (AHLP) Annual Meeting in St. Paul, Minnesota. Benjamin, along with co-author Kimball Erdman, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Arkansas, will be presenting his research in a paper titled "Celebrating the Gypsy Spirit: Re-capturing the history and mystique of a treasured American landscape genre, the girls’ summer camp" on Saturday, May 24th.