2013 Student Scholars

Mentoring the Next Generation

APT has selected the following students to receive an APT NYC 2013 Conference registration and a complimentary one-year APT membership.  Each APT Student Scholar has been invited to give an oral presentation during one of the Conference paper sessions. Each student will be assigned a mentor from the APT College of Fellows and a Session Chair to ensure that he/she develops a quality program.

One student is also awarded the Martin Weaver Student Scholarship for research. Martin Edward Weaver (1938-2004) was a well-known senior research scholar and adjunct associate professor of historic preservation at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation from 1991 to 2003. He was also a member of the APT College of Fellows. He was an expert in the conservation of wood-based architectural materials and helped develop the scientific field of architectural conservation both in the United States and internationally. The Martin Weaver recipient is Jiyoon Song.

Congratulations to our 2013 Student Scholars! We look forward to seeing you in NYC! 

John Arnold, AIA
Exploring the Utility of BIM in the Archaeology of Standing Structures
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
Faculty Advisor: Rick Minor, PhD, RPA

Julia Ausloos
Preserving a Historic Pastime in the Midst of Change At Union Station
University of Colorado Denver, Center of Preservation Research, Denver, CO
Faculty Advisor: Kat Vlahos

Rachel Cusimano, LEED GA
Climate Change: An Increasing Challenge in Stone Material Conservation
University of Utah School of Architecture, Salt Lake City, UT
Faculty Advisor: Robert A. Young

Caroline Engel, MSc. Arch Cons, PhD Arch Candidate
The Heritage Value of Welfare State Architecture in the United Kingdom and Its Suitability to Modern Needs
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Miles Glendinning

Ann Horowitz
Protecting Historic Districts From Sea Level Rise
Goucher College, Alexandria, VA
Faculty Advisor: Hugh Miller, FAIA

Meghan Kleon, LEED AP
Sustainable Preservation: Mapping An Emerging Discipline
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Faculty Advisor: Michael Holleran

Miriam Orsini
The Writing's On the Wall: Changing Attitudes Towards Graffiti and Conservation
University College London, London, UK
Faculty Advisor: Renata Peters

Mayank Patel
Impact of Mineralogy, Texture and Fabric of the Maritime Canadian Sandstone On Deterioration of Ornamental Bridges in Central Park, NYC
Columbia University, New York, NY
Faculty Advisor: George Wheeler

Sophie Reich
Rust-Oration: Preserving the Significance of Deindustrialization and Decay in Rust Belt Cities
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
Faculty Advisor: Connie Pinkerton

Jeremy Robbins
Shaker Industry: Powered By Water
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Hopewell Junction, NY
Faculty Advisor: Michael Devonshire

Jon Sargent
The Guaranty Building: The Restoration of a Terra Cotta Landmark
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
Faculty Advisor: Thomas Taylor, PhD, FAIC, FAPT

Emily Sinitski
Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCBs): A New Hazard for Historic Buildings
Columbia University, New York, NY
Faculty Advisor: Richard Piepe

Jiyoon Song - Martin Weaver Student Scholar for Research
The Economic Impact of the Preservation and Adaptive Reuse of Railway in the United States: A Case of the High Line in New York City
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Faculty Advisor: Michael Tomlan

Urmila Srinivasan
Determining the Fate of the Houston Skyline: Studying Change in Mid-Century Modern High-Rises
University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Faculty Advisor: Michael Holleran

Kathryn Stephens
Coloring in the Guidelines: Development of An Exterior Paint Color Palette for Savannah's Landmark Historic District
Savannah College of Art and Design
, Savannah, GA
Faculty Advisor: Thomas Taylor, PhD, FAIC, FAPT

David Trayte
Olympic Theatrics On the Global Stage: Evaluating the Effects of Temporary and Permanent Event Structures On Historic Urban Landscapes
Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
Faculty Advisor: Thomas Taylor, PhD, FAIC, FAPT

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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