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STUDENTS GAIN HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE’S PRESERVATION FIELD SCHOOL
Restoring gravestones in an old fishing village on the Outer Banks of North Carolina – it’s not your typical classroom experience. But for 10 students in UNC Greensboro’s IAR 555 (Field Methods in Preservation Technology), the three-week field school was transformative.
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Story by Elizabeth L. Harrison, University Communications
Photography courtesy of Jo Leimenstoll, UNCG Interior Architecture