Zube Lecture Series

Thursday, March 13, 2014 -
4:00pm to 5:00pm
105 Hills North

"City Farming: Havana's Productive Urban Landscapes," presented by Carey Clouse.

Carey Clouse is an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.  She holds a post-professional degree (SMArchS) in Architecture and Urbanism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BArch from the University of Oregon.  Clouse is the recipient of the Rose Architectural Fellowship, and prior to UMass has taught architecture at Tulane University and the Yestermorrow Design/Build School.

Professor Clouse teaches architecture and landscape architecture coursework at UMass Amherst with a focus on sustainable urbanism. She also practices architecture for disaster and climate resilience with her firm, Crookedworks Architecture. Her professional work and research addresses the intersection between design and sustainability, with a specific focus on food security, climate change adaptation and self-sufficiency.

This event is free and open to the public.

The Zube lecture series is named for Ervin Zube, former head of LARP from 1974 to 1980. Professor Zube is internationally known for his leadership in developing a culture of academic research in the profession of landscape architecture. His research has made numerous seminal contributions to landscape planning theory and practice.