Welcome to the 2015 NJ History & Historic Preservation Conference!
This year’s event in Mount Laurel is located in the southern part of the state, enabling us to take advantage of the historic resources in Burlington and Camden counties, and to learn from our western neighbors in Pennsylvania.
The conference has expanded to a two-day event, with a pre-conference workshop or tour and an Opening Reception on June 3, before the full-day conference that offers 20 educational sessions and workshops on June 4.
Plenary speakers Ruth Abram and Elizabeth Silkes will challenge us to consider “New Perspectives on the Past” that make history activities relevant and necessary in today’s society, and historic preservation inclusive of new interpretive measures and technologies.
Choose from a variety of registration and sponsor opportunities that will allow you to network with other professionals, nonprofit managers, historic preservation commissioners and others who have an interest in making our historic communities the very best that they can be. Thank you for your ongoing interest and support!
Senator Diane Allen
Edward Martoglio, RPM Development Group
Katherine Ng, Wu & Associates
The 2015 Conference Honorary Host Committee
Thank you to all who attended and supported the 2015 NJ Historic and Historic Preservation Conference. This year’s event was a great success and attracted more than 400 attendees over the two days of classroom sessions, tours, workshops and keynote presenters.
Save the Date for the 2016 conference at Seton Hall University in South Orange on June 8-9, 2016!