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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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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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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Terri Bradberry, CED Accountant

Hometown: Athens, Georgia A hometown native, Terri Bradberry has been working at UGA since 2000. As CED’s accountant, she provides vital assistance, friendliness, and service to all CED students, faculty, and staff. She is always willing to help and her Bulldog pride is evident from the moment you step into her office! Where did you earn degrees (high school or […]

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Alumnus Georgia Author of the Year

CED Alumnus Philip Juras is Georgia Author of the Year 2011, in the specialty books category for his publicaton, The Southern Frontier: Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels. Read more about Philip and his work by clicking the “for more informaton” button below. WINNER: Philip Juras Georgia Author of the Year Award, 2011 Specialty Books Category The Southern Frontier: Landscapes Inspired […]

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Altamaha: A River and Its Keeper

CED faculty, and director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (EECP), Dorinda Dallmeyer will be participating in two book-signings for her most recent publication. Click the “for more information” button below for more details. CED faculty, and director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (EECP), Dorinda Dallmeyer will be participating in two book-signings for her most recent publication, Altamaha: A […]

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Deepali Pavnaskar, MEPD Student

Hometown: Pune, Maharashtra, India Possessing a passion for sustainable urban design and natural resource conservation, with a global perspective, CED is providing Deepali with the experiences that will fuel her career. Read more by clicking the “for more information” button below. Deepali Pavnaskar earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Pune in India. She had always been […]

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Lynette Osinubi, 2nd Year BLA Student

Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia As an advocate for the field of landscape architecture, Lynette Osinubi is bringing knowledge of the field to high school students in urban areas. To read more, click on the “for more information” button below. Lynette Osinubi’s interests in design and sociology led her to the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (BLA) program at the College of Environment […]

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