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W. Arthur Mehrhoff, Ph.D.
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What is the relationship between campus heritage preservation and sustainability?

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Started Nov 17, 2009


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University of Missouri - Columbia
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Academic Coordinator
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I wanted to see if others on the Campus Heritage Network have worked extensively with students on campus heritage projects. One of our graduate research students here at the Museum of Art & Archaeology helped create a wonderful exhibition about the historic Memorial Union, here on the University of Missouri campus, and I wanted to learn about similar student campus heritage projects.

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At 3:19pm on November 12, 2009, W. Arthur Mehrhoff, Ph.D. said…
The Campus Heritage Network is a real treasure trove of resources about campus design and heritage preservation. I hope it's a genuine learning ecology that continues to evolve in response to changing conditions.
At 2:37pm on November 13, 2009, SCUP said…
At 2:36pm on November 13, 2009, SCUP said…
At 2:32pm on November 13, 2009, SCUP said…
elcome to SCUP's Campus Heritage Network (CHN), "Planning to ensure the preservation of campus heritage."

SCUP's CHN, is supported by a grant from The Getty Foundation. It is the face of ongoing analysis, led by former SCUP president L. Carole Wharton, of the reports from campuses back to The Getty, of the activities funded by more than $12M of campus-based grants made from 2002-2007 as part of the Getty Campus Heritage Initiative.

It is also intended to be the home for anyone with a professional interest in, or responsibility for, the preservation of campus heritage landscapes, sites, buildings, and campus designs. Please use the "Invite" function - - to share knowledge of CHN with colleagues and peers.

SCUP's CHN runs on a Ning platform, which means that the network is a self-contained collegial (social) network that provides much of the same kind of functionality that you would find on Facebook or LinkedIn.

As a registered member (membership is free) you automatically received your own page in the network, on or through which you are free to share videos or photographs, communicate with other members of the network, post blog entries, engage in Forum discussions, and a host of other things. We hope you do. Much of the value of such a network is in its members and what they choose to share.

With regard to commercial activity in this network, please read this statement- - about SCUP's Membership Culture, which also apples in this network.

You may use your own page for things like a list of services provided, links to your company website, and so forth. However, when engaging with the network in ways where your actions show up elsewhere in the network (possibilities include blog posts, "wall" comments, Forum posts, sharing of photos and videos, and a whole lot more), please ensure that such actions are clearly the sharing of useful knowledge and information - not commercial messages or advertisements.

Please address queries about the website functionality me,, using email or by using the network's built-in messaging capability. My page is here: Delete Comment

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