Adjunct Professor of Historic Preservation
Natalie Karas has worked for the past twelve years in the field of Historic Preservation as an Architectural Conservator and Architectural Historian specializing in the preservation of the built environment. Natalie participated in the conservation of Alexander Hamilton grave marker in New York City, the conservation of marble urns at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C. and annual maintenance of Yale University's public art collection.
- University of Pennsylvania, MS
- Natalie received a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania and completed a thesis on the conservation of stone.