A faculty of historic preservation professionals
The historic preservation professors at SCAD bring years of professional experience and vital industry contacts to the classroom. Our faculty are award-winning artists and sought-after designers at the peak of their field, but their greatest achievement is the success of SCAD students, both within the classroom and beyond.
Dean, School of Building Arts; Design principal, Sottile & Sottile
Chair, historic preservation
"Responsible stewardship of our past requires that the inheritors of our history understand and value it. For me, educating and exciting students about the importance of our collective past is both extremely enjoyable and rewarding."Justin W. Gunther | Historic preservation professor
SCAD professors are dedicated to creating once-in-a-lifetime opportunities just for you. Through guest speakers, critiques, portfolio reviews and more, we connect our students with professionals in the industry every day. These contacts lead to internships, mentorships and often real-world job opportunities for our students.
Historic preservation faculty at SCAD have worked for the following organizations:
- Getty Conservation Institute of the J. Paul Getty Trust
- George Washington's Mount Vernon
- International Center for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
- National Register of Historic Places
"I am thankful I had the opportunity to learn the philosophical underpinnings of historic preservation in a SCAD classroom and then to apply those lessons in the city of Savannah. I rely on those experiences daily as I oversee Virginia's rehabilitation tax credit program."Elizabeth Tune | (M.F.A. historic preservation) | Director of the division of preservation incentives, Virginia Department of Historic Resources
An environment designed for your success
At SCAD, professors who facilitate incredible opportunities is just one component of a diverse and fulfilling student experience. You can do it all: participate in signature events, hobnob with visiting artists and professionals, take advantage of stellar facilities and resources, and more.
Learn more about the historic preservation student experience