BLA alumnus featured on cover of Architectural Digest

    Congratulations to CED alumnus, Christopher Cawley (BLA ’99), who has a landscape design featured as the cover story in the June 2016 issue of Architectural Digest magazine. His work on New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez’s modern, art-filled home in Coral Gables, Florida, is showcased. Cawley, a registered landscape architect, worked with Rodriguez, Choeff Levy Fischman Architects, and […]

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Material Reuse Program recognized by Clarke County School District

Chris McDowell

CED’s Material Reuse Program was among the six organizations honored with the annual Impact Awards, sponsored by the Clarke County School district, on June 9th. Recipients of this year’s awards were announced at a ceremony at the Athens Community Career Center. The annual award recognizes organizations and volunteers “who have made significant, lasting and ongoing contributions to the students of the […]

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CED Graduation Convocation given by Carol Naughton

Carol Naughton, president of Purpose Built Communities in Atlanta, gave the address at the CED graduation on Thursday, May 12th 2016 to a crowd of friends, family, faculty, staff, and graduating students. As a lawyer and advocate for comprehensive community revitalization, Naughton is deeply familiar with the challenges that communities face in response to economic hardship, racial discrimination, and faltering […]

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CED participates in second Coastal Geodesign Workshop

Workshop Planning Team from UGA, the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia, and University College London/Geodesign Hub at the Coastal Geodesign Workshop, April 2016 For two days in April, faculty from the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design continued a collaboration with the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia by holding the second Coastal GeoDesign workshop in Richmond Hill, Georgia, just […]

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James Reap awarded Excellence in Preservation Service

Congratulations to Professor and Coordinator of the Master of Historic Preservation (MHP), James Reap (JD ’76), for receiving one of two “Excellence in Preservation Service” awards from the The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation! Awards in the Excellence in Preservation Service category recognize persons, groups, businesses or government entities demonstrating exemplary activities and promoting awareness in the field of historic […]

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Dean Nadenicek elevated to fellowship by ASLA

Congratulations to our Dean, Daniel Nadenicek, on being elevated to fellowship by the American Society of Landscape Architects for 2016! Dean Dan received his nomination, in Knowledge, from the Georgia chapter. He has dedicated his life to expanding the knowledge base of the profession through research, teaching, administration, and service, with a particular focus on landscape architecture history. Read more […]

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Jon Calabria honored with UGA Creative Teaching Award

Congratulations to our own Dr. Jon Calabria, who was awarded a UGA Creative Teaching Award for 2016! The Creative Teaching Award recognizes UGA faculty for excellence in developing and implementing creative teaching strategies to improve student learning. Recipients were nominated for their success in implementing projects from summer innovative teaching grants or for using innovative technology or pedagogy that extends […]

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Dean Nadenicek named CELA Fellow

We’d like to congratulate our Dean – Dan Nadenicek – for being awarded the distinction of Fellow of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) at the organization’s annual conference in March. Membership in the Academy is limited to five individuals per year and nominations and elections are conducted by CELA Fellows with assistance from the CELA Board of Directors. […]

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