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Robert W. Ogle

Robert W. Ogle

Robert W. Ogle

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Robert W. Ogle is the Director of Historic Preservation Studies and Administrative Faculty in the School of Design Studies, Boston Architectural College. The college confers both graduate and undergraduate degrees in Historic Preservation and serves the professional practice and continuing education market through online certificate courses. He also serves as Project Director for the partnership between Boston Architectural College and National College of Arts-Rawalpindi, sponsored by the U.S. State Department, Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy, Islamabad, Pakistan. His research interests include preservation education, business and economics of preservation, and experiential learning assessment. He is a frequent speaker on these topics and has recently contributed the chapter "Thinking and Doing: A Twenty-First Century Pedagogy for Preserving the Historic Artifact" in Preservation Education, Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground (University Press of New England, 2014) edited by Barry L. Stiefel and Jeremy C. Wells. He earned a BS in Finance and Economics from Philadelphia University, a Certificate in Historic Preservation from Bucks County Community College, a Master of Historic Preservation from the University of Kentucky, and is currently pursuing his PhD at Salve Regina University.