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Historic Preservation Students Attend the National Trust Conference

Historic Preservation Students Attend the National Trust Conference

Students in Historic Preservation had the opportunity to visit Chicago and attend the National Trust for Historic Preservation's annual conference from November 14-17. Fifteen students participated in this year's conference along with Professor James Reap and Director of Development Jennifer Messer. This year's Past Forward conference focused on themes of reurbanism, technology, health, and connections. In addition to attending the [...]

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CED Visits Historic African-American School in Rural Georgia

CED Visits Historic African-American School in Rural Georgia

Maurice Blount of the University Architects Office and a first year PhD student in the College of Environment and Design joined Danny Sniff on a visit to Taliaferro County recently to inspect the historic Springfield School, a log structure built in the early decades of the 20th century. The unique building was used first as a school for African Americans [...]

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