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A long overdue return to the blog…

November 7, 2014

After about six months of inactivity, the architectural history department blog is stirring back to life.  The quiet period, ironically, has resulted from the flurry of activity that has kept me from staying on top of our in-house web presence.  Over the past six months, our department has seen the implementation of overhauled degree programs, launched this fall; the selection of our very own Olivier Maene (B.F.A. 2014) as the 2014 graduating class Salutatorian; several student and alumni achievements, including the securing of impressive new positions; and a spate of faculty publications, including the principal culprit for my silence — my role as the lead author of an exciting new book on Savannah’s architecture — Buildings of Savannah — as the inaugural city-focused volume within the Society of Architectural Historians’ Buildings of the United States series.

In the coming days and weeks, updates to our faculty, student and alumni achievements will be posted, along with the past year’s data for the Career Survey.

Please stay tuned!

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