Last November, Jeanne Marie Teutonico, associate director for programs at the GCI, received the 2004 Harley J. McKee Award from the Association for Preservation Technology International (APT). The award, the highest honor bestowed by APT, recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of preservation technology. The award is named for Harley James McKee, FAIA, a preservationist, architect, author, and professor whose 30-year teaching career benefited generations of students at five universities.

In presenting Teutonico with this award, APT cited her numerous contributions to the field of architectural preservation through her professional collaborations, strategic research, and scholarly dissemination.

The Association for Preservation Technology International is a cross- disciplinary organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings.