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  • Riders gather at the Broad Art Museum. Photo courtesy of LAAAB.

    The first LA Ride

    Published on February 23, 2017

    Landscape Architecture Instructor Bob Ford wrote about the first LA Ride and it's purpose.

  • Alumna Beth Hagenbuch working with students in studio. Photo courtesy of LAAAB.

    State of the program and updates

    Published on February 23, 2017

    Landscape Architecture Program Leader Karen Russcher wrote an update about the program, including recent student awards.

  • Landscape Architecture students in studio. Photo courtesy of LAAAB.

    2016 Landscape Architecture Alumni Survey

    Published on February 23, 2017

    The 2016 Landscape Architecture Alumni Survey was sent to 1081 email addresses provided by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. This article address the structure of the survey and talks about it's key findings.

  • Charles Leider, PhD. MSU Landscape Architecture Class of 1957. Photo courtesy of LAAAB.

    Charles Leider elected as an AICP Fellow

    Published on February 23, 2017

    Dr. Charles Leider, professor and director emeritus of the Landscape Architecture Program at Oklahoma State University, has been elected as a fellow in the American Institute of Certified Planner.

  • LandTEXTURE Newsletter Winter 2017

    Published on February 23, 2017

    The LandTEXTURE newsletter is published annually for alumni and friends of MSU Landscape Architecture. It features articles about and by faculty, students, alumni and Landscape Architecture Alumni & Advisory Board members.

  • Gladstone looks at ideas for north shore

    Published on February 21, 2017

    Concerned residents and community stakeholders were at the American Legion in Gladstone Monday to discuss the future of Gladstone's north shore.

  • Tiny house tenacity

    Published on February 17, 2017

    For several weeks, the group of more than 150 students, faculty, their family members, and even some of their pets had assembled at the MSU Recycling Center to build the university's first tiny house.

  • Keys to Sparty's Cabin passed to MSU alumna

    Published on January 10, 2017

    Sparty's Cabin - the student-made "tiny home" - has a found a new owner in an MSU alumna. The cabin's new owner, Debra Levantrosser, was presented with a ceremonial key and quickly realized it was a perfect fit.

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