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  • Image of Chanelle Russ, a landscape architecture senior.

    Three courses in one

    Published on January 29, 2019

    We essentially had a planning class, a construction detail class, and a sketching class; all three tied together beautifully. However, the most rewarding class was our LA 345 class that utilized the principles of all three courses in one.

  • Image of Wakefield and her class in Blenheim, England.

    2018 landscape architecture study abroad

    Published on January 29, 2019

    Before our study abroad travels, we worked on learning about construction practices, planning and sketching. We also prepared for our departure.

  • Image of the winning foursome, including Kevin Erickson, Craig Boss, Peter Crawford and Erik Cronk with Paul Nieratko.

    2018 Landscape Architecture Scholarship Fundraiser Golf Outing

    Published on January 29, 2019

    This year’s outing raised $1,700 for student scholarships. The participants witnessed the passing of an era, with Paul Nieratko announcing this was his last year organizing the golf outing on behalf of the Landscape Architecture Alumni and Advisory Board.

  • Image of associate professor Jun-Hyun Kim.

    2018 Landscape Architecture program update

    Published on January 29, 2019

    My second program update as program director of the Landscape Architecture program at Michigan State University is full of our proud success.

  • Image of Barbara Deutsch, CEO of the Landscape Architecture Foundation.

    A 21st century call to action

    Published on January 29, 2019

    Distinguished speaker, Barbara Deutsch, was a highlight of the Landscape Architecture program’s 120-year anniversary celebration last fall presenting “The New Landscape Architecture Declaration; a 21st Century Call to Action!”

  • Image of Jon Burley, associate professor of landscape architecture.

    Who are the actual landscape research universities?

    Published on January 29, 2019

    When the perception by respondents and other measurable metrics concord in agreement, often there is a strong case to be made for the reliability and accuracy of rankings concerning companies, organizations, or institutions.

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