Landscape Architecture Graduate students Mamata Guragain, Xiangrong Jiang, Dongying Li, Fatemeh Saedi-Rizi, Rose Schmillen, Tum Suppakittpaisarn, and Architecture graduate student Carlos Flores won the 2016 Honor Award for Collaboration from the American Society of Landscape Architects. Their project, Seeding Sideyards, focused on landscape and well-being in the Belmont-Mantua neighborhood near downtown Philadelphia.
The Design Research Initiative is a collaboration among eight faculty Fellows in the College of Fine and Applied Arts. Operating from different design disciplines, the fellows work to define design research and its role within a research-intensive university. Current fellows have two years to develop their work and to create foundational tools for new and existing faculty to tap into. Their work will create a platform for design research inside and outside the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Congratulations to Prof. M. Elen Deming, who has been elected Vice President for Research for the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF)!
Research being undertaken by Prof. Mary Pat McGuire has been featured in online and print editions of The Architect’s Newspaper:
For the second year in a row, CollegeFactual.com has rated our Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program #3 in the nation. This ranking is an important recognition of the hard work of our faculty, the outstanding students we attract, and the success of our alumni.
An important opportunity for our alumni: the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) is accepting applications for its new LAF Fellowship for Innovation and Leadership.
This $25,000, year-long fellowship is an opportunity for mid-career and senior-level landscape architects to explore, research, develop, and test the next big ideas and initiatives that will bring about positive change and expand the impact of landscape architecture.
Congratulations to Carlos Flores, Mamata Guragain, Xiangrong Jiang, Dongying Li, Fatemeh Saedi-Rizi, Rose Schmillen, and Tum Suppakittpaisarn who have won the 2016 Honor Award for Student Collaboration from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Their project, called “Seeding Sideyards,” focuses on landscape and well-being in the Belmont-Mantua neighborhood near downtown Philadelphia, PA.
This September 21 to October 2, Prof. David L. Hays and Ellen Hartman (MLA 2009) will be performing in Deke Weaver’s new production, BEAR.
Realized in collaboration with the Urbana Parks District, the Krannert Center for Performing Arts, and the Station Theatre, BEAR is the fourth work in The Unreliable Bestiary, a life-long project.
BLA candidate Alan Cong has been visiting Zen gardens and other important landscapes in Japan with support from the Charles Harris Travel Scholarship.