Don't forget! This is your last chance to register for Preservation Planning at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden. The class starts March 9. From cultural heritage professionals to historic site volunteers to historic home owners - we would love to have you.
About: This course provides an overview of urban planning as it relates to the preservation field, with a specific emphasis on the history of planning, planning processes, land use laws in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and economic development best practices at the municipal level. Students will learn through lectures, hands-on activities, and at-home assignments. At the end of this course, students should be able to:
-Begin to interpret a zoning notice letter
-Identify land use regulations that affect historic places, structures, or sites
-Understand the impact of historic planning practices
-Attend and understand a meeting held by the local Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment, or Historic Preservation Commission
Who should register: This course will provide an introduction for those who are new to planning or who are curious about the intersection of planning and preservation, such as historic property board members, volunteers, or managers; local government elected officials or review board representatives; property owners on a historic site or in a historic district; and anyone who wants to learn more about preservation from a planning perspective.
Instructor: Meredith Johnson
Guest Speakers: Dorothy Guzzo, Executive Director, New Jersey Historic Trust, and Andrea Tingey, Preservation Specialist, New Jersey Historic Preservation Office
Date and Time: Mondays, March 9-May 11, 2020, 6:30PM-8:30PM
Location: Rutgers University-Camden, Camden, NJ
Credits: 2 CEUs ; 20 AIA LUs, provided thanks to our partner Preservation New Jersey
Course Number: HP-105-Sp20
**If you want to register using a PO, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
Meredith Johnson is a city planner and historic preservationist who has practiced in Texas, Washington State, and Pennsylvania. She has teaching experience with Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania. Johnson holds a BS in Urban & Regional Planning from Texas State University and an MA in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania.
Nicole Belolan, PhD
Co-Editor, The Public Historian
Digital Media Editor, National Council on Public History, and Lead Editor, History@Work
Acting Director, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH), Rutgers University-Camden
Director, Continuing Education Program in Historic Preservation, MARCH
email@example.com | 856-225-6878 | http://nicolebelolan.org
Physical Address: 325 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ 08102
Mailing Address: 429 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ 08102
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