Center for Heritage Conservation

Center for Heritage Conservation
Mission:

To promote an awareness of cultural heritage, historic preservation, and historic resource management issues; to develop, maintain, and administer cross-disciplinary academic programs and student organizations; and to provide opportunities for students from around the University to engage in Center academic and research activities involving the documentation of historic structures, sites, and landscapes.

The Center for Heritage Conservation supports research of planned and built environments with particular emphasis on cultural heritage and preservation. Investigations are performed through sponsored projects and professional and academic studies. The Center has over 50 active cross-disciplinary fellows who provide a unique cross-campus and national network that supports the recording, analysis, repair, reuse, interpretation, and wise management of historic buildings, places, and cultural sites.

College of Architecture
Contact: Kevin Glowacki
Phone: 979.845.8194