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Robert W. Ogle, Director of Historic Preservation selected as featured speaker at the Preservation Education Conference

Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground

Robert W. Ogle

Robert W. Ogle

©Boston Architectural College; Photo by Bonica Ayala

Robert W. Ogle, Director of Historic Preservation, School of Design Studies at Boston Architectural College was recently selected to be one of the featured speakers at the Preservation Education Conference: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground conference to be held September 8th and 9th 2012 in Providence Rhode Island. Hosted by Roger Williams University, this international conference brings together higher education leaders to present their research and discuss problems, issues, and solutions for educating historic built environment specialists for the twenty-first century. Director Ogle will present his paper entitled "Thinking and Doing: A 21st Century Pedagogy for Preserving the Historic Architectural Artifact,"