Boston University offers a graduate degree in preservation studies.
Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies
The Campbell Center offers a program of mid-career training for those in the museum, library, archives, and historic preservation fields.
Public Works for Public Learning
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (GGBHTD), the Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering (CUREE) and the National Science Foundation have joined together to recognize the 75th
anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge with an international conference scheduled for June 20-22 in San Francisco, California. The theme of the conference is “Public Works for Public Learning.” Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, program sponsors will provide information on how their public works-related projects were developed and how science, technology, engineering and mathematics were important in the success of the projects.
Tracking Down the Roots of our Sanitary Sewers
Over the past ten years, Jon Schladweiler, the Historian of the Arizona Water & Pollution Control Association, has researched and collected materials related to the history of sewage conveyance systems. The purpose of this website is to house this dynamic collection of materials about the evolutionary development of sewers over the past 5500 years, and to provide a location for the sharing and distribution of information to others.
University of Hawaii
The University of Hawaii - Manoa, Department of American Studies, offers a graduate certificate program in historic preservation.
University of Vermont
University of Vermont offers a MS in Historic Preservation through its Department of History in cooperation with the Department of Art, Environmental Studies Program, and Division of Continuing Education.