SCAD student team wins second place in national HALS competition!
A student team comprising architectural history, architecture and historic preservation majors, led by Architectural History professor Daves Rossell, tied for second in the national Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS) competition sponsored by the National Park Service out of 43 entries submitted. Their project documented the historic garden at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah as part of Dr. Rossell’s American Cultural Landscape seminar. The team included students Anthony Nicholas, Stephanie Heher, Carleigh Hessian, Ricardo Chiuz, Paul Fritz, Chelsea Lyle, and Lois Watts. See the Facebook announcement.