An Update From Landscape Architecture Head Joe Favour
The fall semester is off to a great start for the Landscape Architecture Department. Learn more about departmental successes, the upcoming reception to welcome Dean Strohecker, and how you can help support the department in this update (PDF) from Joe Favour.
Third Coast Atlas Now Available
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Karen Lutsky on the release of the book Third Coast Atlas. Lutsky co-authored the chapter "Reclaiming the Littoral."
There are 25 statues honoring historical figures in New York City’s Central Park. But not a single one of these statues depicts a woman. Landscape architecture graduate student Sydney Shea is invest... Read more
Published in October 2018, Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas explores the nature of place through the lens of Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Written by three people, the writers... Read more
The College of Design's annual Mentor Program matched 303 students with 286 mentors, its highest number of matches to date.... Read more
The Department of Landscape Architecture's research assistants in practice program not only eases the financial burden for graduate students but acts as an important resource to move green infrastruct... Read more
Entitled The Cabin Cooperative, Luke Nichols’ capstone project proposes a plan to build affordable small-scale housing, or "tiny homes," on vacant land located throughout the city of Duluth.... Read more