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March 2021

Lecture: Naomi Sachs (Therapeutic Landscapes Network and University of Maryland), “Design for Health: Tools and Methods for Landscape Architects”

March 4 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Naomi Sachs is Founding Director of the Therapeutic Landscapes Network, a non-profit knowledge base and online interactive space for information about landscapes that promote health and well-being. Her primary areas of interest are restorative and therapeutic landscapes, evidence-based design, healthcare design, and salutogenic (health-promoting) design. Other interests include environmental justice, environmental psychology, translational research, environments for specific populations, cultural geography, and intersectionality. Sachs has published and presented nationally and internationally on the positive role of nature in human health, including co-authorship with Clare Cooper…

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Lecture: Andrew Sargeant (The Urban Studio), “Landscape Singularity: Innovative Tools for Design and Engagement”

March 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Andrew Sargeant is a Founding Member and Board Vice-President of The Urban Studio. His design sensibilities, combined with his technical abilities, allow him to work on some of the most complex projects. His research focuses on immersive technology’s role in landscape architecture today and its effect on the engagement of clients and the public within the design process. His technical knowledge and proficiency with a variety of visualization software mediums in 2D, 3D, and AR/VR have been instrumental in the coordination of…

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April 2021

Symposium: Wild Zones: Designing for Urban Wildlife at the Intersection of Landscape Architecture, Biology, and Public Policy

April 15
Online: Details and registration link forthcoming
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May 2021

2021 Sasaki Day Lecture: Patricia Johanson

May 5 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Patricia Johanson’s multidisciplinary landscape works combine art, ecology, and functional infrastructure. Dozens of her projects have been realized throughout the United States and abroad, including major works such as Fair Park Lagoon (Dallas, TX), "Endangered Garden" (San Francisco, CA), the 272-acre Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility and Petaluma Wetlands Park (Petaluma, CA), Park for the Amazon Rainforest (Obidos, Brazil), Nairobi River Park (Nairobi, Kenya), and Ulsan Grand Park (Ulsan, South Korea). Johanson's work has also been featured in over 150…

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Commencement

May 15
Online: Registration link forthcoming
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