Preservation Institute: Nantucket (PI:N) is an interdisciplinary program that exposes participants to the theories and methodologies of international cultural heritage conservation and the research, documentation, and management of current and potential World Heritage sites. Nantucket and its historic and natural environments serve as a learning laboratory. After 40 years of working with local partners to document and preserve the island’s built environment, the University of Florida and PI:N is leading an effort to nominate the cultural and natural resources of Nantucket to the World Heritage List. The work of PI:N contributes to this effort. This summer, PI:N launches a new initiative which offers students access to 3D laser scanning technology as part of an island-wide, comprehensive historic resources documentation project. Download PDF for additional details.[Download not found]
2013 Summer Program
Schedule: June 3 to July 24, 2013
Fee: $5,750 including 9-credit hours of graduate coursework or Continuing Education Units (CEUs), accommodations, laboratory materials and supplies, and field trips. Participants are responsible for travel to and from Nantucket and meals.
Scholarships: UF students and South Florida residents can apply for a $5,000 or $3,000 preservation scholarship for PI:N sponsored by The Villagers, a preservation support organization located in Coral Gables, Florida. Applications are due on Friday, March 30, 2012.
Application: Please download PDF.
Deadline: Applications are due on or before Friday, March 15, 2013.