This year’s honoree and commencement speaker, David Ping-yee Lung, has been instrumental in three World Heritage List designations.
Lee Nelson’s terminal project at the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts in 1957 was to design a brewery. When he died in 1994, instead of a brewery, Nelson left a national legacy as an American pioneer in historic architecture preservation. He oversaw the meticulous, twelve-year restoration of Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
Kingston Heath, director of the Historic Preservation Program at UO, will participate in a panel discussion on the future of historic preservation this Friday, April 12, from 12-1 p.m. during the City Club of Eugene weekly meeting at the Eugene Hilton, 66 East 6th Avenue.
The Associated Students for Historic Preservation (ASHP) would like to invite you to submit articles for the 2013 ASHP Journal. ASHP actively seeks articles and photos related to the discipline of historic preservation. The ASHP Journal provides a forum in which to convey views and information, as well as promote spirited debate within the field of historic preservation at the local, state, and national levels.