While academic research on landscape architecture has been well-studied, little is known about the emerging research being conducted within professional offices. LARP Professor and Chair, Robert Ryan, address this critical gap in his new study, “Resear
High Tide, a 2016 public art installation created by LARP professor Carolina Aragón,is now featured in the Fifth National Climate Assessment’s first-ever Art × C
Did you know that beyond being an Emeritus Professor of Landscape Architecture at UMass LARP, Mark Lindhult, FASLA, is an acclaimed nature photographer?
Elisabeth Infield, PhD, a UMass Professor of Regional Planning and Program Director of the Graduate Certificate in Climate Adaption Planning, just published a new collaborative article with several faculty from Cornell University,
Tatum Thomas, a dual degree Master of Regional Planning (MRP) and Geography graduate student, has won first place in the Rural Transit Assistance Program student poster competition. Tatum's poster, "Sidewalk Connectivity and Condi
Thursday, October 19, 2023
In a new Inside UMass article, Associate Editor, Aaron Kupec, tells the story of ten graduates in Professor Camille Barcher's "Impact 2045: a
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded an interdisciplinary team of UMass Amherst researchers a $2 million, four-year grant to study the societal impacts