CED continues Critique Week tradition.

April 22rd through 24th 2015 will be this year’s annual college-wide critique at the College of Environment and Design in the Jackson Street Building. Classes are cancelled and students will have a chance to present their work throughout the day to the public, including design professionals. The university community is welcome. Public critique and professional input are essential elements in […]

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UGA CED alumna, Katherine Bridges, is transforming landscapes in New York.

Alumna Katherine Bridges, who received her Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree in 1977, proudly represents the University of Georgia and the College of Environment and Design in the Big Apple. As landscape architect for the New York City Parks and Recreation Department, a position she has held since 1989, Bridges has overseen landscape design projects in Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn […]

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McDowell awarded grant for “creative place-making.”

CED’s Chris McDowell (Materials Reuse Program) and doctoral student Kira Hegeman (Lamar Dodd School of Art) have been awarded an Arts in Community grant from the Athens Cultural Affairs Commission, the volunteer agency that administers AthensClarke County’s public art program. Their project will be the construction of a communal oven and shelter in the Pinewood Estates North mobile home park on U.S. Highway 29 North, a community populated largely by […]

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BLA Professor Cecile Martin recognized by UGA Student Government Association.

Congratulations to BLA Professor Cecile Martin. She was recognized, along with 9 other UGA faculty members, at the Stuent Government Association annual Professor Recognition Ceremony Feb. 23 at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. The students of SGA’s academic affairs committee selected the honorees based on numerous criteria, including clear articulation of impact and evidence of dedication to the education […]

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CED awarded partnership grant to continue work with Chew Crew

The College of Environment and Design, in partnership with the College of Engineering and the Office of Sustainability, will use a grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund to continue a two-year effort to remove invasive vegetation using prescribed grazing with the help of one of humankind’s oldest species of domesticated livestock—goats. Read the full story HERE.

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