The Center collaborates with academic and professional programs across the campus and with other institutions. The Fellows, graduates, and current students form a growing community that links practice, research and training. The Center has a twenty-five year history of projects for public agencies, not-for-profit entities, and private owners. The Center Advisory Council, composed of Professional and Faculty Fellows, advises the Dean and Director and provides content and development support, including a number of graduate student scholarships.
CHC Advisory Council
The Advisory Council is appointed by the Dean of the College of Architecture to advise the Dean and Director on all aspects of academic and research programs. It supports graduate education through scholarships and an annual symposium program. The Council comprises six Professional Fellows, one of whom serves as Chair, and two Faculty Fellows.
Fellows: Professional + Corresponding + Faculty
The multiple missions of the Center for Heritage Conservation are supported by Faculty Fellows from five colleges and eleven disciplines, along with a group of Professional Fellows who are recognized as leaders in professional practice and government.