Awards and Accolades
Dominic Henry recognized by the National Trust
SCAD eLearning student Dominic Henry (M.A., historic preservation, current student) is the recipient of the Mildred Colodny Diversity Scholarship from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The purpose of the Colodny Scholarship is to increase the diversity of people pursuing degrees and careers in historic preservation in the United States. One scholarship package per year is awarded. Tuition payments will be made over the course of the recipient’s time in a graduate program and support the student to attend a National Preservation Conference.
2012 APT Scholars include Kathryn Stephens and Barbara Fisher
SCAD students enjoy continued success with presentation scholarship awards from the prestigious the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT). This year 15 scholarships were awarded to students across North America. For the second year in a row that SCAD has had two scholarship awards. Since 2004 when Patricia Davenport (M.F.A. historic preservation, 2005) became the first SCAD student to be recognized with this honor, SCAD has had more APT scholars (18) than any other institution except Columbia. The 2012 APT scholars are: Kathryn Stephens, (M.F.A., historic preservation, current student) who presented Revisiting Restorations: Issues of Correction and Reinterpretation in the Work of Early Preservationists, and Barbara Fisher, (M.F.A., historic preservation, 2012) who presented Creating a Digital Database of Historic Resources on Wilmington Island, Georgia.