Donofrio joins Architecture faculty

Gregory Donofrio has accepted the new position of assistant professor in Heritage Preservation and Conservation. Donofrio has a background in the history of science and technology, a master's degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University, and is completing a Ph.D. at the same institution. In addition to teaching at Cornell, he has worked for the New York State Historic Preservation Office, consulted on many projects, and served as Historic Sites Restoration Coordinator for New York City. With interests ranging from agricultural landscapes to historic urban food markets here and abroad, he comes to the college with a particular strength in the economics of historic preservation and neighborhood revitalization.