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Élyse Levasseur, M. Sc. A.

Student at the Chair from 2008 to 2010

Élyse Levasseur

Élyse holds an undergraduate degree in history. Her research essay in the Masters of Conservation of the Built Environment at Université de Montréal consisted of an inventory of all the Lemon and Orange prizes for architecture given by the heritage group Save Montreal. This work was accomplished under the supervision of Claudine Déom and Nancy Dunton. As a research assistant for the Chair, Élyse documented the architecture of several schools of the Commission scolaire de Montréal built during the modern era. She also participated in the inventory of Hydro-Québec's administrative buildings. Upon completing her degreee, she worked as a consultant in heritage documentation and conservation.