Associate Professor - Emeritus, Landscape Architecture
Research Interests: Community Development, Citizen Participation, Golf Course Architecture.
Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois, a MA in business administration from Central Michigan University, and a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Syracuse University.
Warren Rauhe earned his Bachelor’s of Landscape Architecture cum laude from SUNY Syracuse, a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois, and a Masters of Business from Central Michigan University. Prior to his appointment at Michigan State, he was a private consultant for 16 years, the last 10 as a partner in a 35-person interdisciplinary planning and design firm. At MSU, Rauhe is an associate professor - emeritus of landscape architecture in the School of Planning, Design and Construction. He is a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and a past president of the Michigan Chapter of ASLA. He also has served by appointment of the Governor as a member of the State Registration Board of Landscape Architects. Rauhe is a licensed landscape architect in the State of Michigan. He has chaired eight accreditation visits to schools of landscape architecture around the U.S.