Historic Preservation Faculty and Visiting Experts
Ursuline's Historic Preservation Faculty includes specialists in the field who are actively working in the profession and who bring a wide variety of skills and perspectives as well as connections to the community and ongoing projects.
Full-time FacultyBari Oyler Stith, Ph.D., Director of the Graduate and Undergraduate Programs in Historic Preservation
Advises Master's theses
Teaches: Foundations of/Introduction to Preserving Cultural Memory, Survey/Nomination, Issues/Ethics in Preserving Cultural Memory
Team teaches: Research Methods in History and Historic Preservation, Western Reserve History Through Place
Education: M.A. and Ph.D. in American Studies, Case Western Reserve University; B.S. in History, Lake Erie College.Laura Hammel, Ph.D., APR, Director of Public Relations and Marketing Communications Degree Program
Teaches: Grant Writing
Pamela McVay, Ph.D., Department of HistoryTeam teaches: Research Methods in History and Historic Preservation
Adjunct FacultyKeevin Berman, Attorney at Law
Teaches: Preservation LawJohn Burnell, Architectural Conservator, Mason's Mark LLC
Teaches: Conservation StudioNicholas Fagan, M. Arch. and M.L.I.S.
Teaches: American Architecture and Architectural History
Team Teaches: Western Reserve History Through PlaceDr. Theodore Sande, AIA Emeritus, Historic Preservation Consultant
Teaches: Adaptive Reuse, Preservation Planning, and Documenting/Recording Historic PropertiesINTERESTED IN INVESTIGATING WHAT YOUR PROFESSORS DO IN THEIR SPARE TIME? CHECK OUT THE NEW URSULINE BLOG, MOSAIC, AT http://ucmosaic.com