Save the date: upcoming historic preservation opportunities for students
April 3, 2013
Historic New England presents two in-depth upcoming opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in historic preservation.
2013 Field School in Preservation Philosophy and Practice
Friday, October 4 – Sunday, October 6, 2013
Codman Estate, Lincoln, Mass., and other Historic New England sites
Designed primarily for graduate and undergraduate students in historic preservation and related fields, the Field School uses lectures, case studies, and field observation to demonstrate how Historic New England’s preservation philosophy underpins decision-making and translates to real world applications, moving from Conditions Assessment to Interpretation, Implementation Planning, and Treatment.
$65 for students. Registration includes meals; transportation and lodging not included. Registration required. Limited to twenty participants with priority registration to students.
Directions in Twenty-First Century Preservation
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Roger Williams University, Bristol, R.I.
Preservation students, professionals, and advocates from around New England convene for a symposium on new directions and challenges in twenty-first century historic preservation. Speakers include a panel of leading preservation advocates and academics, juried student posters, and Pecha Kucha presentations. Detailed schedule to follow.
$40 for students. Continental breakfast, box lunch, and reception included. Registration required.
The deadline for students poster submissions and Pecha Kucha presentation proposals is December 1, 2013. Accepted presenters will be notified by February 1, 2014.
Additional details about registration and schedules for both events will be available on Historic New England's website in the coming months. Check back soon, or call Senior Preservation Services Manager Sally Zimmerman at 617-994-6644.