UMass Professor of Landscape Archtiecture Ethan Carr in collaboration with UVM adjunct professor Rolf Diamant has published their book that focuses on the historical context of the "National Park Idea" using Yosemite and New York's Central Park as case
Professor Ethan Carr's New Book Titled, Olmstead and Yosemite: Civil War, Abolition, and the National Park Idea -- is Published
Extension Assistant Professor Michael Di Pasquale is quoted in a recent New York Times article about historic preservation and placemaking in Post-Industrial Legacy Cities.
Click here to review this article on the fight for preservation of an old grain elevator in Bu
MLA Candidate Anna Kellerman Develops Research for Shelter Island, NY's Historical Site: Sylvester Manor
Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, on Shelter Island, NY, has been home to eleven generations of its original European settler family since 1651. It reflects a remarkably intact history of America's evolving tastes, economies, and landscapes.
The Visualizing Equity in Landscape Architecture (VELA) Project is a research initiative that reveals, spatializes, and acknowledges the status of gender equity throughout landscape architecture.
Carolina Aragón, a professor in the Landscape Architecture program, won the CMCC Climate Change Communication Award for an art installation titled FutureSHORELINE.
Ralph J. D’Amato, Jr., ASLA
Department of Veteran Affairs National Cemeteries (retired), Rockville, MD
Nomination in Leadership/Management by the Potomac Chapter
PhD Candidate Alicia Coleman has published two articles with faculty advisors Theodore
The LARP Diversity Committee is sharing recommendations for learning and reflection in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Professor Camille Barchers has been named an ISSR Scholar for 2021-2022. Camille has been working together with Thaddeus Miller on a project called Building Capacities for the Governance of Smart City Technologies.