Amber Wiley Asked To Be The Society of Architectural Historians Spokesperson For Upcoming Membership Drive

David Armentor

Nov 4, 2013

Adjunct Faculty member Amber Wiley has been asked by the Society of Architectural Historians to be a spokesperson for their Fall 2013 graduate student membership drive. Her activities with the SAH while a graduate student member included being awarded a fellowship for the Louis Kahn Study Tour in 2008, participating in the Graduate Student Lightning Talks at the annual conference, and writing an entry for their blog entitled "Innovation and Institutional Memory at Dunbar High School." She also served on the board of the Latrobe Chapter of SAH, acting as their website administrator for 3 years www.latrobechaptersah.org.

Coincidentally, an article Amber has recently written for the Journal of Digital Humanities that discusses student work at Tulane in her "Sites and Sounds: Public History" course has been featured on the SAH front page.

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