History of the Barclay Jones Grant
Funds for the Barclay Jones Research Grant program are drawn from what is now known as the Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund. In the late 1980s, HPPA established the Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund in honor of Professor Barclay Jones, one of the two professors who began preservation education at Cornell University. The initial money to establish the fund came from special contributions from HPPA members, with a matching gift from Professor Michael Tomlan. The Barclay G. Jones Memorial Fund supports student field trips and research. The latter began in earnest at the turn of the 21st Century and is now managed as the Barclay Jones Research Grant
Sena Kayasu, M.A. Candidate
Claire Meyer, M.A. Candidate
Maryam Rabi, M.A. Candidate
Michelle Van Meter, M.A. Candidate
Andrew Roblee, M.A. Candidate
Shannon Cilento, M.A. Candidate
Jennifer Rowan, M.A. Candidate
Olivia White, M.A. Candidate
Ana Felisa Huckfeldt, M.A. Candidate
John Southern, M.A. Candidate
Lei Yang, M.A. Candidate
Maria Gabriela Brito, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "The Development of the California Style in Argentina and its Relation with the California Mission Style"
Rashmi Gajare, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Sustainable Design Certification Systems and Historic Preservation"
Jiageng Zhu, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Restoration of Railway Stations and Station Area Redevelopment in Tokyo"
Anisha Arabolu, M.A.
Thesis: "A Case Study of Two Rail-Trails"
Qing Cheng, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: Interpretation and exhibition of Chinese historic houses/rooms in American museums
Emily Giacomarra, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: Preservation education methods and programs in K-12 public school systems in the U.S.
Swapna Kothari, M.A.
Thesis: "Understanding Heritage Management - Case Studies With Interviews in the Field of Historic Preservation in Cambodia"
Sarah Rodriguez, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Preservation and re-use of superblock worker housing"
Katie Coffield, M.A.
Thesis: "Keeping Post Offices Public: Three Case Studies on the Disposal and Rehabilitation of Historic Post Offices"
Mahyar Hadighi, M.A. Candidate
Thesis: "Modern Domestic Architecture In and Around Ithaca, NY: The 'Fallingwaters' of Raymond Viner-Hall"
Jonathon Rusch, M.A.
Thesis: "Single Room Occupancy Hotels, Historic Preservation, and the Fate of Seattle's Skid Road"
Jessica A. Follman, M.A. Candidate
Thesis topic: The conservation and curatorship of historic wallpaper
Bill Marzella, M.A.
Thesis: "A Cultural landscape Report for Hyde Hall National Historic Landmark"
Greg Prichard, M.A.
Thesis: "Overbrook to Paoli: The History and Future of Main Line's Train Stations"
Emma Waterloo, M.A.
Thesis: "Under the Big Apple: A Retrospective of Preservation Practice and the New York City Subway System"