This fall, SPDC welcomed Associate Professor Jun-Hyun Kim, PhD, to the Landscape Architecture Program where he also serves as program leader.
Grandparents University at Michigan State University is a three-day educational experience that takes place at the end of June, where grandparents and grandchildren (ages 8-12) can live the college life of wondering on the MSU campus.
In 2016, 32 students from the LA Program received awards from the Michigan chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MI ASLA), and program endowments and scholarships.
2016 marks the 100th anniversary of Emma Genevieve Gillette's enrollment at Michigan Agricultural College, now Michigan State University. Gillette was to become the first and only woman graduate in the college's first landscape architecture class of 1920.
Professor Pat Crawford, PhD, SPDC associate director, and graduate student Rohit Menon talk about the "tiny home" movement and the fruition of Sparty's Cabin.
Alumnus William "Bill" Johnson and his newly recorded story of his life and career and commends alumnus Dean Abbott on being recognized by The Cultural Landscape Foundation as a Pioneer of American Landscape Design.
Landscape Architecture student Rayshaun Landrum wrote about his experience while on the annual LA study abroad in Western Europe.
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.
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.
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.
Concerned residents and community stakeholders were at the American Legion in Gladstone Monday to discuss the future of Gladstone's north shore.
Inside the Linwood YMCA Saturday, a video screen showed color sprouting on light poles and crosswalks along a stretch of Cleveland Avenue near a temporary bike repair shop and a community garden.
ALPENA - Interested community members and involved officials listened to Michigan State University students present their ideas on the future development of Rockport Recreation Area.
You may have heard that the city of Detroit is on the rise again after a series of challenges. But the renaissance of this once great metropolis won't be completed by the addition of sports stadiums or inspirational car commercials.