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Student Info

Neile Graham is the adviser for the program. She's available for drop-in or set appointments during her office hours in Gould 208Q until 2:00 daily, or email her. If necessary, she will refer you to the appropriate faculty member.

If you want to sign up formally for the certificate, you can complete the form here or send a letter of interest to You just need to submit this to be added to the program. If you decide later that you won’t complete the certificate, just let us know.

The certificate requires you to have a preservation capstone project which can be a thesis, studio, or professional project which an historic preservation faculty member act as adviser or chair. Here is a list of previous Historic Preservation Student Theses and Projects.

Note: following faculty names are the departments the faculty member is able to chair and advise theses/capstone/professional projects in.


Questions about the Historic Preservation Program? Email, or check the Frequently Asked Questions page.