Historic preservation students earn Association for Preservation Technology honor
Five historic preservation students were named 2014 student scholars by the Association for Preservation Technology. The five selected students will be presenting their research at the upcoming APT conference in Quebec City in October.
The 2014 honorees and the title of their research projects are:
- Allison Asbrock, M.F.A. historic preservation student, Franklin, Tennessee, “From Temporary to Permanent: A Case Study of the Restoration of the Nashville Parthenon”
- Joshua Jones, M.F.A. historic preservation student, Valdosta, Georgia, “Bronze Patina: Issues in Preservation”
- Carl Klein, M.F.A. historic preservation student, Evanston, Illinois, "Protecting Coffers with the Right Kind of Conservation”
- Cindy Rothwell, M.A. historic preservation student, Bradenton, Florida, “Marble Sculpture and a Case Study of Michelangelo's Statue of David”
- Shannon Walsh, M.A. historic preservation student, Beaufort, South Carolina, “The Conservation and Reuse of Architectural Fragments”
In addition, Zoe Leung, B.F.A. historic preservation student, Hong Kong, has been selected as the 2014 US/ICOMOS summer intern. Affiliated with UNESCO, the International Council on Monuments and Sites is the premier organization in Washington, D.C. addressing issues of heritage conservation worldwide.