Final PresentationsDec 12 - 14, 2016
Closing the Hills Chapter Gala Dinner Dec 17, 2016Saturday, 6:30 PM, Procopio Room
High Tide will be at a new location in Quincy, MA on 11/14Last week to Carolina Aragón's art installation on the Greenway in Boston.
Make-It Springfield community space thrivingLARP student Yanhua Lu shows visitors how to make origami in revitalized formerly vacant downtown space.
Geniuses of PlaceProfessor Ethan Carr's recent publication in Springer Nature
New Cultural Landscapes Online Platform Launched!US Cultural Landscapes International Community of Knowledge (US/CLICK)
Wilder TimesA LARP Newsletter from 1979
Design Building BlogFollow the design building construction site progress.
Our combined department (Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning) provides professionally accredited degrees (MRP, MLA, BSLA), one of the most innovative sustainability-focused undergraduate degrees in the country (Sustainable Community Development), a skills-based 2-year Associate of Landscape Contracting, and a PhD in Regional Planning. We research, design, teach, and do community outreach to create Sustainable Solutions to Complex Problems.
Culture, Heritage and Society
Regional and Greenway Planning
Michael DiPasquale's take-over of the parklet installed in Downtown Northampton, MAThe temporary park, DiPasquale explained, highlights a space that people assume has to be surrendered...
TIME AND TIDEAssistant Professor Carolina Aragón is featured in the UMass Magazine....
A study by Assistant Professor Darrel Ramsey-Musolf in the News
LARP's new dual degree program - MRP/MS3LARP together with the Department of Environmental Conservation is offering a dual degree program for...
Professor Mark Lindhult was quoted in an article about BIM in this month's Landscape Architecture Magazine.The limits of Building Information Modeling (BIM), from the Feb issue of LAM....
Associate Professor Ellen Pader has been named Public Engagement Faculty Fellow by the Public Engagement Project (PEP)Pader’s research focuses on housing discrimination, an important cause of segregation that often goes unreported...
Professor Elisabeth Hamin Presenting her research at the ISSR seminar.Her research "The Ladder of Adaptation: are communities stepping up?" was presented at the ISSR...
Associate Professor Frank Sleegers teaches students at the College Matters For U ProgramFeel Good Friday: LARP Sponsors College Matters For U Program Friday, November 20, 2015 This...
LARP new home (Design Building) 'designed by designers for designers to teach design'For years, Michael Davidsohn has been teaching landscape architecture at the University of Massachusetts in...
The Frank A. Waugh Alumni Board Student Support Fund Receives Major Gift to Create EndowmentThe Frank A. Waugh Alumni Board Support fund was created by a gift from past...