- Part-Time Faculty, Social & Behavioral Science
- Academic Credentials: 2007 M.H.P., Historic Preservation, University of Kentucky
2005 Certificate, Historic Preservation, Bucks County Community College
1999 B.A. History, Millersville University
- Office: Penn Hall 301
- HIST199: Methodology and Documentation in Historic Preservation
Vanessa Zeoli is an Architectural Historian with 10 years experience in historic preservation and cultural resource management in the Mid-Atlantic region. Her work has included various documentation and regulatory compliance projects including Historic Architectural Surveys, Historic American Building Survey (HABS) Documentation, National Register nominations, Section 106 studies, and Historic Tax Credit Applications. Vanessa has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects and property types across the United States including the California High-Speed Train Project (2010-2012); HABS Level II Documentation of Millhurst Mill in Manalapan Township, NJ (2010); National Register Nomination for the Woodford-Fishback-Venable Farm in Winchester, KY (2008); National Register Nomination for the Upper Reaches of Boone Creek Rural Historic District in Central KY (2007-2009); Restoration and Adaptive Reuse of Memorial Hall/Please Touch Museum, Philadelphia (2004-2005)); and HABS Level II HABS Documentation of the Philadelphia Civic Center, Philadelphia (2005). She was also part of the 2003 and 2005 BCCC teams awarded Third and Fourth place in the Charles E. Peterson Award for their HABS Documentation of the Brawner Farm in Manassas, VA and the Thomas Farm Outbuildings in Frederick County, MD. Vanessa earned a Master's degree in Historic Preservation from University of Kentucky in 2007, a certificate from the BCCC Historic Preservation Program in 2005, and a Bachelor of Art degree from Millersville University in 1999. As a former student of the BCCC Historic Preservation Program, she was honored to return to the college as a part-time instructor in Spring 2011.
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