Keeping History Above Water, the Newport Restoration Foundation’s groundbreaking conference on sea level rise and historic preservation, will be one of the first international conversations on this increasingly urgent concern for preservationists, architects, builders, planners, regulators, and many other professionals in all related industries.
The historic nature of the conference is already reason enough to attend, and now we’re adding even more value for AIA members: up to 15 Health, Safety, and Welfare learning unit hours towards mandatory continuing education requirements. We will also be offering up to 15 AICP-CE credits (see below for details).
Keeping History Above Water will be a compelling, enriching experience – and now it will be accredited professional development as well.
Leading experts from around the globe and across many disciplines will converge on the City by the Sea for four days of talks, discussions, case study presentations, workshops, tours, and more. The full-day sessions on Monday, April 11 and Tuesday, April 12 will be worth up to six HSW hours each, and the final half-day on Wednesday, April 13 is worth up to three more.
This is a tremendous opportunity to multi-task: participate in a vital and groundbreaking approach to problem solving and get up to a full year’s worth of HSW credits at the same time.