CED Remembers Doug Allen, BLA ’71

Doug Allen, FASLA (1947-2014) Memorial Information A visitation will be held on Fri, Nov 7th, from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Berean Reception Room at First Presbyterian Church. A memorial service will be held on Sat, Nov 8th, at First Presbyterian Church at 11:00 am with a reception following in Fifield Hall. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation […]

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CED Recognized at 2014 GA ASLA Awards Ceremony

The University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design students and faculty were recognized with 3 awards at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Georgia Chapter Awards Reception on Friday, October 24. This year the ASLA Georgia Chapter enlisted the Wisconsin Chapter to form a jury to review award submissions. Statewide, 10 submissions received awards in 2014. An ASLA Award […]

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Swing Dance in the Garden

Founders Memorial Garden Serpentine

You are cordially invited to continue the 75th Anniversary celebration of the Founders Memorial Garden, by joining us for swing music and dancing on Friday, October 10 from 7-9:30 p.m. 1939 was the height of the swing dance craze in the U.S.! Bust out those dancing shoes for a night of live music by The Dixieland 5, a swing dance lesson from […]

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Center For Community Design + Preservation News

The Materials Reuse Program, begun by Chris McDowell, will be a new addition to the PSO family at CCDP. The funded position is the result of a joint partnership with UGA Facilities Management Division.  Chris will be Program Coordinator and will have an office within CCDP at the Broad Street Studios, as well as his workshop and storage facility on […]

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CED Student Garden featured in Qingdao International Horticulture Exposition

For Georgians, gardens have always served many purposes. They tell stories, they feed body and mind, they provide escape and delight, and they register change. July 2014 marked the culmination of a multi-year project at the Qingdao International Horticulture Exposition. The exposition features 35 garden exhibits representing dozens of countries and regions, and Georgia was the only U.S. state invited to showcase a garden. According to UGA […]

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Design Intelligence

Greetings alumni, colleagues, and friends! The weather isn’t the only thing heating up at CED early this summer! We have a full schedule of Orientation sessions for the next academic year, ongoing celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Founders Garden; students and faculty in China, Croatia, Italy, Costa Rica, and Turkey, and BLA and MLA students completing internships across […]

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Georgia LARE Review

2014 Review June 5-7 in Athens, GA Schedule The Review will take place at CED’s Jackson Street Building, located at 285 South Jackson Street, Athens, GA. Note: While this is the correct address, the “pin” does not show up in the proper place on Google Maps. We are located next to the Jackson Street Cemetery, and if you zoom in […]

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Georgia Stormwater Management Workshop

Stormwater 101: Basics of Stormwater Hydrology and Control Measures June 19-20, 2014 – Costal Georgia Center, Savannah, Georgia Registration will open on or before May 30 Regular – $425 Late (After June 13) – $475 About the conference and who should attend: This course is intended for practicing engineers and landscape architects licensed in Georgia as well as professionals such […]

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CED Will Now House Landscape Journal

The editorial offices of Landscape Journal have moved to the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design. Landscape Journal is the official journal of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) and has been in publication for more than 25 years. The move was effective January 1, 2014. The editorial offices of Landscape Journal have moved to the University of Georgia’s College […]

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Assoc. Prof. Alfie Vick named a LEED Fellow + UGA Teaching Academy Member

Associate Professor Alfie Vick of UGA’s College of Environment and Design (CED) was honored as a new member of the UGA Teaching Academy and named a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Fellow in November 2013. Both are prestigious designations only bestowed up on top instructors and practitioners. Associate Professor Alfie Vick of UGA’s College of Environment and Design […]

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