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LEWISBURG, Pa. — Consultants with John Milner Associates Inc. will give a presentation about Bucknell University's Architectural Preservation Master Plan Thursday, Nov. 10, at 4:30 p.m. in the Rooke Chemistry Auditorium at Bucknell.
The presentation, which is open to the public, will include an opportunity for discussion.
Through the support of a grant from the J. Paul Getty Foundation, Bucknell has been engaged in a study to develop an Architectural Preservation Master Plan for the campus buildings and grounds.
The $150,000 Campus Heritage Grant from the Getty, one of the largest philanthropic supporters of visual arts in the country, is allowing Bucknell to develop a preservation plan that will supplement its existing campus master plan, focusing on historic buildings, landscapes, and other historic elements of campus.
The Bucknell project will conclude in March 2006 with the publication of a final document that will serve as a set of guidelines for preservation projects over the long term. It will be presented to Bucknell's trustees for endorsement and catalogued as a companion piece to the current master plan.