Building History Bulletin from Cambridge MSt features IHBC successes: 2017 Student Award winner Rodolfo Acevedo Rodriguez and more…

The ‘Building History Newsletter’ of the IHBC-recognised Cambridge Master of Studies (MSt) in Building History highlighted the success of their IHBC Gus Astley Annual Student Award winner for 2017, Rodolfo Acevedo Rodriguez, while also reporting that course graduate Sophie Hetherington had become accredited as a Full Member of the IHBC.

Dr Adam Menuge FSA IHBC, MSt Course Director, writes:

We were delighted to learn that Rodolfo Acevedo Rodriguez (Cohort 5) has won the 2017 Gus Astley Student Award for his dissertation examining the late 14th-century gatehouse at Thornton Abbey, North Lincolnshire, which is in the care of English Heritage. Rodolfo’s award was presented at the recent Belfast Summer School of the IHBC, which oversees the competition. His research involved a collaboration with Historic England’s Imaging Team which enabled him to make use of state-of-the-art recording technologies, including terrestrial and hand-held laser scanners. The composite image combines them to show the ground-floor ceiling plan.

For more on the Student Award presentations and the school see the NewsBlog

For records of new members of the IHBC see our Membership eLetters

View IHBC recognised conservation courses

See a list of IHBC’s Student Award  past winners

See details of the 2017 winners

Find out more about the awards and how to enter on the Gus Astley Student Award website

See more about the history of IHBC Gus Astley Student Awards

Find out more about the 2018 School in Belfast and the awards

See more on IHBC’s 2019 Nottingham School


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