Connor Dunwoody

Since graduation, Connor has been working with heritage and cultural organizations to develop their funding mechanisms, provide organizational support, and spearhead new interpretive plans for historic sites throughout the region. He is currently undertaking PhD studies in Heritage Asset Development.

“By combining my love for socio-economics and heritage conservation, I have been able to lead the conversation in conventional development discourse to be inclusive of the historic environment while promoting increased standards for urban livability.” 

Connor chose AUR’s graduate school because the Cultural Heritage MA program allowed him the flexibility to tailor his degree around his personal and professional interests while encouraging him to explore new avenues for building his career.

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