2010 APT Student Scholarship Winners

Dorn Carran
University of the West of Scotland
The Characterisation of Historic Lime Mortars with a Focus on Provenance

Christopher Ciesilski
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
What We Use to Build: Cream City Brick

Aysem Kilinc Unlu
University of Pennsylvania
Preserving industrial heritage: an inventory of industrial structures in Zonguldak

Hannah Meyer
University of Texas at Austin
The Byrne-Reed House: Layers of History Revealed through Layers of Paint

Jennifer Minner
University of Texas at Austin
Old Debate, New Considerations: Restoration of an Early Twentieth Century Texas Landscape

LaLuce Mitchell
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
History and Conservation of Early Electrical Systems in American Buildings

Matthew Seymour
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Lightning Protection as a Historic Building Technology

Tiffani Simple
University of Pennsylvania
The Sandstone Masonry at Durham Castle: Alveolar Erosion and Possible Conservation Treatments

Catherine Smith
Columbia University
Lasers and Conservation in the United States: An Exploration of the Limited Use of
Laser Technologies for Cleaning Stone

Arianthe Stettner
Goucher College
The Preservation of Barns in Routt County, Colorado

Katherine Switala Elmhurst
Temple University
Opening a Window for Preservation with Life Cycle with Life Cycle Assessment-
Quantifying the Sustainability of Preservation

Kirsten Travers (Martin Weaver Student Scholar)
Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
Battersea: An Interior Finishes Analysis of an 18th-century Palladian Hom

Lauren Vollono
University of Pennsylvania
Rediscovering an American Master: an examination and analysis of Robert Chanler’s
decorative plaster ceiling in the Gertrude Whitney Studio, NY

Payal Vora
University of Texas at Austin
Trinity Episcopal Church: Evaluation of Past Preservation Treatments