2015 APT Student Scholarship Winners

Namhyuck Ahn, LEED Green Associate
University of Texas at Austin
Energy Retrofit of Historic Masonry Structures

Sara Alinia, S.M.A.S.C.E.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Suitability of Techniques of FRP Retrofit for Historic URM Buildings

Jocelyn Chan
University of Pennsylvania
An Investigation of the Painted Finishes of Mission San José De Tumacácori Façade: At the Interface of Materials Analysis, Conservation, and Cultural Confluence

Kat Gardner
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture Planning & Preservation
A Bitter Truth: The Efficacy of Astringent Persimmon As a Bio-Alternative to Standard Wood Preservation Treatments

Suki Gershenhorn
Columbia University
History and Material Investigation of Rustic Ferrocement Sculptures

Erin Gibbs
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
A Fight Against Nature: Preserving the Temples at Omrit

Joshua Jones
Savannah College of Art and Design
Emerging Technology for Preservationists: Drones

Sujin Kim
University of Florida
3D Documentation for the Management of Heritage Sites Prone to Water Damage: Laser Scanning and Mesh Modeling the Built Heritage and Contexts of Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Thailand and Shwe-Nandaw Kyaung, Myanmar

Sarah Love
Georgia State University
Geophysics in Historic Preservation: A Convergence of Subfields

Courtney Magill
The University of Pennsylvania
Performance Assessment and Evaluation of Hydrophobic and Ultraviolet Protective Treatments for Historic Log Structures

Corey Manchenton
Columbia University
Color Me Interested: Identification of Pigments in Trade Catalogues

Sloane Taliaferro
Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
Documentation and Testing of 19th Century Limewash Recipes in the United States

Christopher Whitman B.Arch (Hons), Dip.Arch
Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University
In Situ Thermal Resistance Monitoring of Traditional and Modern Infill Panels of a 15th Century Cruck-Framed Dwelling, in Herefordshire UK

Julianne Wiesner-Chianese
School of Design, University of Pennsylvania
Modern in the Mountains: An Analysis of the Structural and Decorative Concrete at Jackson Lake Lodge, Grand Teton National Park, WY