Lyle Rosenberger

Lyle Rosenberger
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  • Professor Emeritus, Social & Behavioral Science
  • Academic Credentials: BS, Millersville State University; MA, Lehigh University
  • Office: Tyler PUB
    Phone: (215)504.8500 Ext: 6007
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Courses Taught

  • HIST197: The History and Theory of Historic Preservation

Biography

Lyle L. Rosenberger is Professor Emeritus at Bucks County Community College where he founded the Historic Preservation Certificate program in 1991 and continued as its Coordinator until 2005. He earned an MA in History from Lehigh University and has studied at the University of Illinois and the University of Virginia. Professor Rosenberger is a passionate promoter of preservation and continues to teach preservation theory and archaeology at Bucks. Currently, he is actively pursuing preservation research in projects dealing with Tyler Hall and its formal gardens on campus. Recent awards: In 2006, the James Marston Fitch Preservation Education Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Council for Preservation Education, and in 2008, the James Biddle Award for Lifetime Achievement in Historic Preservation

Shared Resources

There must be a good mix of both theory and practice. Students come first and should be encouraged to build on their prior experiences.

My teaching experiences at Bucks for the past 42 years.

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