Faculty, students, and alumni from the graduate program in Historic Preservation attended the week-long Association for Preservation Technology Conference at Kansas City, Missouri this fall.
The group stayed in downtown Kansas City and took part in conservation workshops, field sessions, and paper presentations. Alumni Namyuck Ahn and Sujin Kim were honored with student scholarships, and they presented their papers on Energy Retrofit of Historic Structures and 3D Documentations of Historic Structures, respectively.
Additionally, alumna Jennifer Minner presented her paper on documenting historic fabrics using 3D GIS. Faculty Fran Gale and Michael Holleran spearheaded the cause for Texas preservation during the conference as well.