We are excited to announce a new page here on the Historic Preservation and Community Planning blog that showcases our impressive current students and alumni. Our goal is to post an update to the page at least once a month to share events, initiatives, new employment, promotions, internships, and exhibits from our department. Please check the new page regularly, and to read about our first alumnus in the spot light, Elaina Gyure!
Recent alum Elaina Gyure, a double major in historic preservation and history at the College of Charleston, has been very busy since her graduation last year, and we are proud to showcase her endeavors on our new Student and Alumni page!
Elaina is working on a master’s degree in Museum Studies through the University of Leicester remotely while creating some interesting new exhibits in her home state of Florida. Below are a few photos she shared with us from her premier installation at the Southwestern Florida Museum of History, which opened this week. The SWFL Museum of History is located in Fort Myers, FL, for anyone who is in the area and would like to see Elaina’s display.
We look forward to posting more in the future about alums and students like Elaina who continue to be the pride of the Preservation department!