Athens recognized as a distinctive historic destination

Every year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation highlights 12 vacation destinations across the United States for their dynamic downtowns, attractive architecture, cultural landscapes and a strong commitment to historic preservation and revitalization. In 2009, the city of Athens, Georgia — where UGA is located — was selected as one of the Dozen Distinctive Destinations. Read more at the National […]

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Dean Dan Nadenicek receives Outstanding Administrator Award

Athens, Ga. – The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture recently honored Daniel J. Nadenicek, dean of the UGA College of Environment and Design, with the CELA Outstanding Administrator Award at their 2009 conference. The annual award distinguishes achievements and excellence in academic administration as supported by evidence of efforts to improve the education and experience of landscape architectural students. […]

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CED receives top national rankings

Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia College of Environment and Design’s landscape architecture programs again received top national rankings. The bachelor’s program was ranked first in the nation, and the master’s program was ranked second in the 2009 edition of America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools. This continues a history of high ratings for the programs, which have both […]

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UGA Senior Receives Feighner Award

Senior Sanna Barrineau is the recipient of the 2007 Feighner Award given for the Outstanding Undergraduate Environmental Ethics Certificate Paper. Sanna Barrineau is the recipient of the 2007 Feighner Award given for the Outstanding Undergraduate Environmental Ethics Certificate Paper. Sanna’s paper is entitled “The Influence of the Finnish National Epic, the Kalevala, on Modern Day Finland’s Environmental Ethic”. Sanna is […]

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