Wednesday, August 24, 2011


The historic Smith House, 1195 E. Speedway (North side of Speedway between Park and Mountain -- directly across from College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture)

The College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and the Drachman Institute are proud to announce the inception of the interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Heritage Conservation.  Due to the interest in preservation-related coursework in Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Materials Science, Planning, Public History, Geography, American Indian Studies, and Art History over the past 10 years, a core group of faculty established this new graduate certificate program.

To introduce this program, its faculty, current students and to orient potential students, there will be an informal reception hosted by CALA and the Drachman Institute.

All those interested in the field of heritage conservation are invited to come by, drink some lemonade, meet some people, see some of the work, and discover a great way to gain new career skills.

For more information, please contact:
R. Brooks Jeffery, Director, Drachman Institute at 520.621.2991,