College of Fellows

The College of Fellows fulfills a variety of salient functions within APT. Overall, the college advises the Board of Directors on issues regarding the advancement of philosophy and practice of preservation technology. Members of the College serve on committees or in other capacities, as needed. 

The College of Fellows honors those APT members who have provided valuable services to the preservation field and to APT. Each year at the APT annual conference the College of Fellows inducts up to six new members.

The College of Fellows Jury, which consists of five members, reviews the nominations and elects those for invitation to the fellowship.  The jury, a committee of the College of Fellows, includes three Fellows selected by the College, one member at Large, and one member of the Board of Directors selected by the APT President with the approval of the Board of Directors.

A special thank you to APT's 2003 College of Fellows member, François LeBlanc, for preparing a tribute to APT and NTC pioneers from Canada’s National Capital Region for the 2017 APT/NTC Joint Conference.  https://youtu.be/p1u-wq4IxMM 

College of Fellows Lecturers

College of Fellows Directory

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 Welcome to the New 2019 Class of Fellows

Timothy CroweTimothy Crowe is a licensed architect and a licensed structural engineer with Wiss, Janney Elstner, Associates, Inc., in Northbrook Illinois. Crowe received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture (Structures Option) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. With over 30 years of experience, he has performed hundreds of evaluations of buildings, structures and cladding systems to address material, structural, or system deficiencies. Crowe’s participation in APT began in the early 1990s attending conferences and local events, which led to more frequent involvement in the early 2000s with participation in workshops, writing for the bulletin, and presenting and/or serving as a session chair at annual conferences. Crowe has been a Co-Chairman of the Preservation Engineering Technical Committee (PETC) from 2008 to Present. His work within the PETC has focused challenges with preservation engineering issues and working on outreach initiatives with committee co-chairs and the PETC membership. As Co-chair, Crowe has led and/or co-led workshop efforts for annual conferences in Denver, Quebec City, San Antonio, Buffalo, and Miami. Crowe’s committee work included collaborations with the PETC and conference committees to develop preservation engineering tracks at annual conferences including Kansas City and Ottawa. Crowe also worked with the APT executive board, as well as the PETC at large (as this is a team effort) in the development of the David Fischetti award (now in its second year), that serves to both advance the awareness of APT and recognizes an exceptional peer-reviewed article annually that benefits the practice of preservation engineering. Crowe also worked with the PETC in the development of the Student Design Competition (now in its fourth year) which also serves to be an APT out-reach attempt to students of both preservation engineering and the trades.

Rosa LowingerRosa Lowinger is the Founder and President of RLA Conservation, Inc. (www.rlaconservation.com), an award-winning 23-person materials conservation practice with offices in Miami, Los Angeles, San Jose, California. A Fellow of the American Institute for Conservation and the 2009 Rome Prize Fellow in Conservation at the American Academy in Rome, she holds an M.A. in art history and conservation from NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts. Rosa was born in Cuba and raised in Miami. In addition to her conservation practice, she has curated the exhibits Concrete Paradise: Miami Marine Stadium at the Coral Gables Museum and Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure American Seduction at the Wolfsonian. She regularly publishes articles on culture, Cuba, and preservation for general audiences and authored Tropicana Nights: The Life and Times of the Legendary Cuban Nightclub, a popular nonfiction book that takes place in one of Cuba’s most important modernist buildings. Rosa’s 1997 story on Havana’s preservation efforts, written for Preservation Magazine, spawned a side career for her in cultural travel to Cuba that led to her creating and leading APT’s first professional trip to Cuba, an 8-day visit that initiated several collaborations between our members and Cuban preservation professionals. She co-chairs this conference with Kyle Normandin, and with Kyle she also led a pre-conference workshop on modern metals for APT’s New York conference and co-edited a special issue of the Bulletin on Modern Metals Conservation. Rosa has been a member the TCMH since 2010. She has presented papers at the Victoria, New York, and Los Angeles Conferences, served on the local committee for LA 2009, as a speaker in the Metissage workshop in Quebec, as instructor at APT training workshops at Taliesin and Denver, and as a peer-reviewer for Spanish language paper submissions for almost every year since 2009.

Sue Ann PembertonA principal of Main Street Architects, Inc. and assistant professor at the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning at UT San Antonio, Sue Ann Pemberton served on the APT Board of Directors, 2010-2017, in both appointed and elected capacity where she garnered an increase in funding for Student Scholarships, promoted San Antonio as Conference location, and served as Conference Chair for the 2016 Conference held in San Antonio. She hosted the APT Board Meeting in San Antonio, Spring 2015, and promoted collaboration with AIA/HABS Coordinating Committee to sponsor the Peterson Prize at APT Conferences held in the US. Ms. Pemberton was Co-chair of the Student Scholarship and Outreach Committee, 2010-2017 and helped improve quality and quantity of student presentations, promoted and mentored Student Scholars before, during and after the conference and worked with co-chairs to establish late night review and critique all presentation of Student Scholars prior to presentation. She continues to participate in the SSOC committee and review and critique presentations of Student Scholars. Ms. Pemberton has participated numerous times in APT Conferences as Session Chair and as Presenter and co-authored an article for the APT Bulletin, Special Issue, APT’s 50th Anniversary, 2018 APT’s Student Scholarship Program Sets the Tone for the Future of APT.