CED wins the gold – LEED Gold that is!

The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design’s Jackson Street Building has received LEED Gold Certification. The building is the first historic building on campus to earn the designation. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an independent, third party verification that indicates a building project meets standards for sustainability set by the nonprofit U.S. Green Building […]

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CED founds student ambassador program

UGA’s College of Environment and Design (CED) founded a Student Ambassador program, which began this fall. The ambassadors’ introduction to the rest of the College occurred during CED’s annual Convocation welcoming the CED community back to Athens. The inaugural group of ambassadors is comprised of 12 diverse undergraduate students enrolled in the Landscape Architecture program who will be representing CED […]

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CED Newsletter

CED At-a-Glance is published twice annually and serves to update students, alumni, faculty, and staff regarding changes and exciting developments at the College. Click the “for more information button” below to view current and past issues of the newsletter. CED At-a-Glance is published twice annually (at the start of each semester) and serves to update students, alumni, faculty, and staff regarding changes […]

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CED recognizes distinguished alumni, and outstanding faculty and students

For the first time in the history of the College of Environment and Design (CED), over $100,000 has been awarded in scholarships to its students. These scholarships were announced at the annual awards presentation during the College’s Annual Alumni Weekend. In addition, the College presented two awards for excellence to distinguished alumni Lucy Lawliss and Doug Allen, and three awards […]

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“Drawn from the Garden” Exhibit

This April the Circle Gallery at the UGA College of Environment and Design (CED) will host an exhibit of artwork created in preparation for the 75th Diamond Jubilee anniversary of the historic Founders Memorial Garden on the university’s North Campus. The competition, which was open to all UGA and area high school students, received 42 entries of original artwork. William […]

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LABash 2013

The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design (CED) will host LABash, a national student landscape architecture conference March 21-23. The conference will feature industry guest speakers, panel discussions, workshops, expos and social events. Click the “for more information” button below for futher details. Keep up with current LABash happenings via our blog! Visit the LABash 2013 web page The […]

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Donnie Longenecker, Instructor

Hometown: Smyrna, Georgia Donnie Longenecker is a passionate landscape architect, UGA alumnus, instructor, and faculty advisor for the 2013 LABash Conference. Click the “for more information” button below to read more about Donnie. CED Instructor Donnie Longenecker with the LABash 2013 Committee: From back row, left: Robert Arrington, Juan Guzman, Aaron Hursey, Alex Tidwell, Sydney Thompson, Nathan Aarons, Quynh Pham, […]

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Student Film Competition

The CED Dean’s Advisory Council is excited to announce a Student Film Competition to promote the CED and help the College to continue to attract top students. First prize of $500. For details, rules, and timeline click the “for more information” button below. Theme: “Why CE+D?” An exciting and creative promotion on why a student would want to come to […]

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Paul Cady, 1st Year MLA Student

Hometown: New Boston, NH CED’s Cultural Landscape Preservation opportunities drew horticulturalist and baker Paul Cady from California to Georgia. Click the “for more information” button below to read about Paul’s UGA experience. Hometown: New Boston, NH High School: Goffstown Area High School College: Cornell University, BS Plant Science I chose to attend CED at UGA because… I wanted to get […]

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