May 23: CHAD Research Day
Center for Historic Architecture and Design students to present projects
12:45 p.m., May 9, 2012--Graduate students in the University of Delaware's Center for Historic Architecture and Design will present their project research on Wednesday, May 23, at the Buena Vista Conference and Reception Center in New Castle, Del.
With projects ranging from a virtual historic byway for Delaware to developing a preservation computer game, the students’ oral presentations will include photos of their research.
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“They dedicated serious time and thought to what they were writing and this is their opportunity to share their knowledge with friends, family and cohorts in the world of historic preservation,” said David Ames, CHAD director and professor of public policy and administration, geography, and material culture studies.
The event, formerly known as Thesis Day, will begin at 9 a.m. and will include four sessions throughout the day. A full agenda is available in PDF format.
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