Across the campus and across the country, the Center collaborates with various academic and professional organizations. The Center is supported by an Advisory Council and Fellows which offer contributions and opportunities.
The Center and its Faculty Fellows play active roles in international, national and regional professional and scholarly organizations.
The Fellows and students contribute to professional journals, create research reports, submit drawings to the Library of Congress, and develop case studies.
Each spring, the Center hosts an annual Historic Preservation Symposium, open to the public, which brings international and national speakers to campus.