Kevin Glowacki is an archaeologist and architectural historian with over 30 years of experience excavating and documenting sites in the Mediterranean.
His most recent research focuses on vernacular architecture at the Late Bronze Age - Early Iron Age settlement of Kavousi Vronda and the formative stages of the Bronze Age Minoan city of Gournia, both sites located in eastern Crete (Greece).
At Texas A&M, Glowacki is associate professor in the Department of Architecture, where he teaches courses in architectural history and heritage of the built environment. He is also the Director of the Center for Heritage Conservation in the TAMU College of Architecture and is the holder of the David Woodcock Professorship in Historic Preservation.
Glowacki is the recipient of the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the Archaeological Institute of America, the ING Professor of Excellence Award, and the Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Award from Texas A&M University.
He has been a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Heritage Conservation since 2006 and served as co-editor of Preservation Education and Research, the journal of the National Council for Preservation Education from 2009 to 2012.
He has been a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Heritage Conservation since 2006 and has served as co-editor (2009-2012) of Preservation Education and Research, the journal of the National Council for Preservation Education.
He earned an AB in Latin and Greek from Loyola University Chicago, an MA in classical studies from Loyola University Chicago and an MA and PhD in Classical and Near Eastern architecture from Bryn Mawr.