Associate Professor Theodore Sawruk and Assistant Professor Jason Hegenauer traveled to Sweden and Switzerland to present papers on historic Connecticut structures and passive design sustainability. “How Sustainable was Connecticut’s Historic Saltbox House?” by T. Sawruk, T. Adekunle, J. Hegenauer was presented at the 3rd International Conference on Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings in Visby, Sweden. “The Italianate Villa: Natural Ventilation in the Service of Family and Home during the 1800s,” by T. Sawruk, and Natural Ventilation and the New England Saltbox: Historically Proven, Sustainable Renewed,” by J. Hegenauer & T. Sawruk were presented at the 13th International Conference on Advanced Building Skins in Bern Switzerland. Professor Sawruk was also the Session Chair for Natural Ventilation and Thermal Behavior of the Building Envelope. All three papers are available online or via the conference proceedings, located on the conference websites.