Archaeology Graduate Earns LEED AP Credential

06 April 2021 Comments Off on Archaeology Graduate Earns LEED AP Credential

Department of Archaeology graduate Defne Dedeoğlu (BA ’17, MA ’20) recently received the designation of LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional) BD+C, denoting expertise in standards for the design and construction of green buildings.

LEED is a globally recognized green building certification program developed by the US Green Building Council. Along with rating systems for the design, construction, maintenance and operation of sustainable buildings and neighborhoods, the program also confers credentials on individuals signifying their proficiency in LEED standards.

Ms. Dedeoğlu, who wrote her master’s thesis on the topic of environmentally friendly museums, had been credentialed a LEED Green Associate before advancing to LEED AP status on the basis of her performance on the examination for AP candidates.