Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Jessica Brown                                 

M.A. (INTER­NA­TIONAL DEVEL­OP­MENT) CLARK UNI­VER­SITY

Exec­u­tive Direc­tor of the New Eng­land Bio­labs Foun­da­tion. Member of the World Conservation Union (IUCN) World Com­mis­sion on Pro­tected Areas (WCPA) and Chair of its Pro­tected Land­scapes Spe­cial­ist Group. [More]

 

Ian Burrow                            

PH.D. (HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY) UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM                 

Fellow, Society of Antiquaries of London; Registered Professional Archaeologist; Vice President and Principal Archaeologist, Hunter Research, Inc.[More]

 

Meredith Bzdak                               

PHD (AMERICAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE) RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

Partner, Mills + Schnoering Architects, LLC; Architectural Historian.

 

Michael Bzdak                                  

PH.D. (ART HISTORY) RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

Executive Director Worldwide Contributions at Johnson & Johnson. [More]

 

Brian Daniels                                    

PH.D. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Director of research and programs for the Penn Cultural Heritage Center at the University of Pennsylvania Museum [More]

 

Mark Hewitt

M.ARCH UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Principal Architect, Mark Alan Hewitt Architects; formerly Associate Professor of Architecture, New Jersey Institute of Technology. [More]

 

Cynthia M. Jacob                             

J.D. YALE UNIVERSITY, AND PH.D. (ART HISTORY) RUTGERS UNIVERSITY.

Senior Counsel to Fisher & Phillips LLP. [More]

 

Michael Mills                                    

M.S. (HISTORIC PRESERVATION) COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Partner, Mills + Schnoering Architects, LLC, Registered Architect. [More]

 

Ken Taylor                                        

MLARCH (RESEARCH) UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Research School of Humanities, The Australian National University. Formerly Professor of Landscape Architecture and Co-Director Cultural Heritage Research Centre, University of Canberra. Appointed Emeritus Professor December 2002.[More]

 

Katharine Woodhouse-Beyer         

PHD (ANTHROPOLOGY) BROWN UNIVERSITY

Assistant Director of CHAPS, see above.