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Glen Umberger

Glen Umberger

Adjunct Instructor

Glen Umberger is the Manager, Special Projects for the New York Landmarks Conservancy in New York City.  He earned a Master of Fine Arts in Architectural History from Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and whose thesis, “Philadelphia City Hall: Redefining the Civic Image of the Modern American City,” was awarded the Outstanding Architectural History Graduate Thesis. Prior to attending SCAD, he was a docent for ten years at Philadelphia City Hall, conducting architectural history tours and giving public lectures on the building. He is a member of the Society of Architectural Historians, is the immediate past president of the James Oglethorpe Chapter and has been inducted into the Gamma Eta Chapter of Tau Sigma Delta, Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts.

Currently Teaching

Discovering New York City's Parks, Squares, and Scenic Landmarks

Study the architecture of New York City’s public spaces and examine how their designs help New Yorkers and visitors to enjoy the great outdoors.

Walking and Talking New York

Gain familiarity with major events and figures in New York City history through four walking tours and four lively slide-illustrated talks.