Zube Lecture Series 2021 Spring
We are having a Zube Online Panel for Spring 2021.
Zoom Link for lectures (except for co-sponsored*): https://bit.ly/umasszube
Thursdays, 4:00 pm
170 Design Building
551 North Pleasant St, Amherst, MA 01002
2/4 Eric Gordon,
Visiting Professor, MIT and Director of the Engagement Lab, Emerson College
The Care-ful City: Centering Care Ethics in Urban Governance
Tuesday, 2/16, 5-6pm Chris Reed, Founding Director, Stoss Landscape Urbanism; Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture and Co-Director of the Master of Landscape Architecture in Urban Design Program, Harvard University
2/18 Sara Hamideh, Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University
Post-disaster Resilience, Community Engagement, and Housing
2/25 BSLA Alumni Panel
3/4 Sara Jensen Carr, Assistant Profssor of Architecture, Northeastern University
3/11 Brice Maryman, Principal, MIG
Making Space: Optimistic City-Making Strategies for Addressing Urban Homelessness
3/18 Presentations - No Lecture
3/25 Serin D. Houston, Assistant Professor of Geography and International Relations, Mt. Holyoke College
Unsettling Whiteness in Neighborhood Planning: Social Justice Efforts in Seattle, WA
4/1 Dr. April Jackson, Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University
Addressing Challenges of Diversity, Representation and Bias and Discrimination in Planning Practice
4/8 Frank Sleegers, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Massachusetts Amherst
4/15 Angela Loder, Vice President of Research, International WELL Building Institute
Small-Scale Urban Greening: Creating Places of Health, Creativity, and Ecological Sustainability
4/22 LARP Diversity Committee, University of Massachusetts Amherst
4/29 Presentations - No Lecture
The Zube lecture series is named for Erv 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 made numerous seminal contributions to landscape planning theory and practice. Erv left UMass for the University of Arizona, where he continued his renowned research and teaching until he passed away in 2001.
Erv and his wife Margaret endowed at UMass in 2004 to “bring scholars to the department to stimulate and enrich our academic community in landscape architecture and planning." The Zube endowment has been supported generously by alumni, students and faculty.
We honor their leadership and generosity through the lecture series which continues to enrich our community with the thoughts and works of local, national and international academic and professional leaders. The department is pleased to accept donations of any amount to continue to build and enlarge the endowment.
Please check LARP Public Calendar for previous Zube Lecture series.