Kevin T. Glowacki
Interim Director, Center for Heritage Conservation
Ph.D., Bryn Mawr College, 1991
M.A., Bryn Mawr College, 1987
M.A., Loyola University of Chicago, 1985
A.B., Loyola University of Chicago, 1983
Dr. Glowacki specializes in Classical and Near Eastern art, architecture, and archaeology. His most recent research focuses on domestic architecture and household analysis at the Late Minoan IIIC settlement of Kavousi Vronda and the formative stages of the Bronze Age Minoan city of Gournia, both sites located in eastern Crete (Greece). At Texas A&M, Dr. Glowacki is Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture, where he teaches art and architectural history. He is the recipient of the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the Archaeological Institute of America and the Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Award from Texas A&M University. Dr. Glowacki has been a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Heritage Conservation since 2006 and has served as co-editor (2009-2012) of Preservation Education and Research, the journal of the National Council for Preservation Education.
Julie S. Rogers
Associate Director, Center for Heritage Conservation
Office: Scoates Hall 132
Ph.D., Texas A&M University, 1996
M.Arch., Texas A&M University, 1991
B.E.D., Texas A&M University, 1988 (Certificate in Historic Preservation)
Dr. Rogers is interested in design foundations, design communications, drawing, and design methods. She has traveled throughout Southeast Asia and is interested in Southeast Asian art and architecture.
Robert Warden, RA
Past Director, Center for Heritage Conservation
M.A., University of New Mexico, 1994
M.Arch., Texas A&M University, 1986
B.S., Purdue University, 1974
Professor Warden's areas of interest are in historic preservation and documentation and philosophy of architecture.
David Woodcock, FAIA, FSA, FAPT,
Diploma in Town and Country Planning, University of Manchester, 1966
BA (Hons Arch), University of Manchester, 1960
Leadership in the development of preservation education in the United States since 1977, through the National Council for Preservation Education, the Association for Preservation Technology International, and the American Institute of Architects Historic Resources Committee. His on-campus work initiated the Campus Remembered project identifying the university’s built heritage for its 125th anniversary, the re-creation of Military Walk, and the cultural resource-based Riverside Campus Plan (2013). He continues to consult on heritage projects, notably as chair of the Advisory Council to the Menokin Foundation, on the restoration and interpretation of the 1769 home of Francis Lightfoot Lee in Virginia, and the Getty Conservation Institute.
Office: Scoates Hall 125