2017 Graduate Research Poster Session

February 22, 2017

The College of Charleston Graduate School hosts an annual poster session as a platform for students to spread the word about completed or ongoing research projects. Five MSHP students presented on three different research topics this year. Meg Olson focused on her conservation work at 43 Legare Street, which was part of her summer internship with Richard Marks Restoration. Morgan Granger presented on her thesis topic, “An Investigation of Suspended Frame Vaulting Systems in Charleston.” Ben Walker, Jen Leeds, and Alena Franco are all students in an elective class titled Preservation Field Studies. In December the class traveled to Bermuda to study St. George’s, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and to document two of the contributing buildings, the Tucker House and Globe Hotel. Their poster provided an overview of the class and showcased their documentation work.

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