Bus Tour of the Connecticut River Region. (Itinerary TBA)
'Neither landscape nor architecture, but both:' James Rose and Modern Environmental Space Presented by Dean Cardasis - Professor Emeritus, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey; Director, James Rose Center; Principal, Cave Hill Landscape Architects
Undergraduate, Graduate, Stockbridge, CPE
Shan-Shui City - Exploring Sustainable Urban Development in China
Jie Hu, FASLA, Vice-president of Beijing Tsinghua Tongheng Urban Planning & Design Institute (THUPDI); Director & Chief Designer of Research Center for Landscape Architecture in THUPDI http://rcla.thupdi.com/
Senior Engineer, Department of Landscape Architecture at School of Architecture, Tsinghua University; Council Member of Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture; Fellow of American Society of Landscape Architects.
Jie Hu holds Master’s Degrees of Landscape Architecture from University of Illinois and Beijing Forestry University. He has over 25 years of practical experiences both in the U.S. and China. His projects have won 35 international awards and 38 national awards, including ASLA awards, IFLA APR awards, BALI awards, Green Good Design awards, Torsanlorenzo awards and national-level awards in China. He has published over 40 papers, given more than 50 speeches related to sustainable urban development in China at domestic and overseas conferences and given over 60 lectures in universities and workshops. His current research focuses on the application of Shan-shui City concept in multi-scale landscape practices.
Edward Marshall Principal, Stephen Stimson Associates
Edward Marshall holds a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He has over twenty years experience in all aspects of landscape architecture from conceptual design to implementation. As a Principal at Stephen Stimson Associates, Edward has been responsible for a range of projects for academic, institutional and residential clients. Prior to joining the firm, Edward was the Corporate Landscape Architect for IBM Corporation, working with a design team of Architects and Engineers reviewing IBM projects worldwide.