Attentive CED student’s notification leads to cleanup of chemical spill in Lilly Branch

  On the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 3, University of Georgia College of Environment and Design graduate student Kiley Aguar noticed something strange on campus. Aguar, along with friend and masters of fine arts student Zachary Harris, were exploring the Lilly Branch watershed for the UGA Watershed competition, one of the four watershed outfall locations on the UGA campus meant […]

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CED to host continuing education workshop – Creating Sustinable Sites using Computer-Aided Design

October 16, 2015 8am-5pm Holiday Inn, Athens, Georgia TO REGISTER – https://estore.uga.edu/C27063_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=4571 Approved for 8 hours of LACES, Georgia and Florida continuing education credit for Landscape Architects. Submitted for 8 hours of North Carolina continuing education credit for Landscape Architects. This 8 hour long workshop will highlight the sustainable design functions offered by general and site design specific CAD programs such […]

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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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Center For Community Design + Preservation News

The Materials Reuse Program, begun by Chris McDowell, will be a new addition to the PSO family at CCDP. The funded position is the result of a joint partnership with UGA Facilities Management Division.  Chris will be Program Coordinator and will have an office within CCDP at the Broad Street Studios, as well as his workshop and storage facility on […]

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CED Student Garden featured in Qingdao International Horticulture Exposition

For Georgians, gardens have always served many purposes. They tell stories, they feed body and mind, they provide escape and delight, and they register change. July 2014 marked the culmination of a multi-year project at the Qingdao International Horticulture Exposition. The exposition features 35 garden exhibits representing dozens of countries and regions, and Georgia was the only U.S. state invited to showcase a garden. According to UGA […]

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CED Will Now House Landscape Journal

The editorial offices of Landscape Journal have moved to the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design. Landscape Journal is the official journal of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) and has been in publication for more than 25 years. The move was effective January 1, 2014. The editorial offices of Landscape Journal have moved to the University of Georgia’s College […]

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Welcome – we’re glad you’re here.

Welcome to our blog! We will be highlighting BLA students at UGA, why they came to this program, what their career and life goals are, and how they are benefiting from the collaborative study here in the undergraduate Landscape Architecture major at the University of Georgia. Landscape architects typically hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree in landscape architecture, covering a […]

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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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“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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Two CED Students Receive the Prestigious Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship

Congratulations to CED students Freddie Fuschetto and Sean Kester for receiving the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to pursue studies in Costa Rica. Read the press release by clicking the “for more information” button below. Record number of UGA students awarded Gilman study abroad scholarships Athens, Ga. – Eight outstanding University of Georgia students have been awarded the prestigious […]

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