Spring Open House, April 30 at 6:30 in LC-209

Please mark your calendar for the NOVA Historic Preservation Program’s


Thursday, April 30 at 6:30 pm

NOVA Loudoun Campus, LC 209

Heading up our line-up will be our own Dr. David Clark, talking about the MOCK SKELETAL RECOVERY his students did for his Forensic Archeology course this semester. If you’ve ever wanted to see what really goes into the excavation and interpretation of human remains of the sort portrayed on crime procedural TV dramas, you won’t want to miss this!

In addition, we’ll have our faculty members promoting their exciting line-up of fall courses, which include:

  • Prof. David Clark’s HIS 180- Historical Archeology
  • Prof. Mike Henry’s HIS 183- Survey of Museum Practice
  • Prof. Tara Tetrault’s HIS 186- Collections Management
  • Prof. Doug Campbell’s HIS 199- Historic Preservation Internship

We’ll also give a quick preview of our summer course,

  • Prof. David Clark’s HIS 188- Archeological Fieldwork

Come by and see what the Historic Preservation Program is all about!

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About docampbell

Doug is a historian and educator with more than a decade of experience teaching Western, World, US, and European history at colleges and universities in Virginia and Maryland. His scholarship focuses on national identity, education, and historical memory in Austria during the era of the World Wars, and includes work at the US Archives, the US Library of Congress, the Austrian National Library, and the Austrian State Archive. He has taught at NOVA since 2006 and has been the Historic Preservation Program Head since 2012.