2011 APT Student Scholarship Winners

Catherine Armwood
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Effect of Fiber Reinforced Mortar (FRM) on the Compressive and Flexural Bond
Strength of Masonry

Anthony Bentivegna
The University of Texas at Austin
Extending the Service Life of Reinforced Concrete Structures Subjected to Alkali-Silica
Reaction in British Columbia.

Jessica Blemker-Ferree
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Adaptive Reuse of Land & Buildings: Community Revitalization through Urban

Caitlin Chamberlain
Savannah College of Art and Design
The Shipwreck Graveyard of Mallows Bay-Exploring the Challenges and Benefits of
Preserving Rare Maritime Antiquities

Kara Dotter
Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, County Antrim, United Kingdom
The Weathering of Conservation Mortars, and Implications for Historic Preservation

Matthew Hayes
Savannah College of Art and Design
Preserving North America’s Midcentury Indoor Arenas: Case Studies of the Pacific Northwest

Justin Henderson
University of Colorado
Hurricane Preparedness Strategies for Historic Structures

Phyllis Henderson
The University of Florida
The Ancient Roman Belvedere: Distant Views of the Intangible Cultural Landscape

Roha Khalaf (Martin Weaver scholar)
University of Montreal
Policy Guidance for the Contextualization of Infill Buildings in Historic Urban
Environment: A Case Study in the Arabian Gulf

Danielle Potts
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Life Cycle Analysis and Life Cycle Cost Analysis

Bahareh Reza
University of British Columbia, Kelowna, Canada
Sustainability Assessment of Bridge Systems: An Emergy-based Lifecycle Analysis

Sara Rogers
University of Pennsylvania
Evaluation and Testing of Brick Dust as a Pozzolanic Additive to Mortars and Grouts for
Architectural Conservation

Amy Swift
Columbia University, NY, NY
The Toxicology of Copper and the Possible Implications for Preservation

Alexandra Terpeluk
University of Texas at Austin
Preliminary Structural Assessment of Hooper Island Lighthouse

Nicole Trujillo
Pennsylvania State University
Air Coupled Impact Echo Analysis of Historic Brick Masonry