Georgia Landscape Magazine Earns GA ASLA Honor Award

The Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presented an Honor Award for Student Work to UGA’s College of Environment and Design (CED) for the 2013 issue of Georgia Landscape Magazine. The Award was presented at the Georgia Chapter Awards Reception on Friday, October 25.


Emily Hunt, Sig Sandzen, Tom Tavella (National ASLA President), D.H. Bathon III, and Kevin Burke (GA ASLA President)

The Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects presented an Honor Award for Student Work to UGA’s College of Environment and Design (CED) for the 2013 issue of Georgia Landscape Magazine. The Award was presented at the Georgia Chapter Awards Reception on Friday, October 25.

The juried award was accepted by Sig Sandzen (MLA ’15), Emily Hunt (MEPD ’14) and D.H. Bathon III (MEPD ’15), current graduate students in the College and editors of the 2013 issue. CED Associate Dean Brian LaHaie served as faculty advisor for the magazine and was also present. The New York Upstate Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects juried all entries submitted for the state of Georgia and chose to recognize Georgia Landscape Magazine as one of six award recipients for the year.

The annual magazine has a thirty-five year history of being produced solely by students in the CED. Students in the College represent the disciplines of Landscape Architecture, Environmental Planning and Design, and Historic Preservation. In addition to student work, faculty and alumni of the College are invited to contribute research, designs, and more. The publication strives to keep students, alumni, the public, and peer programs at other universities informed of CED’s events, projects, and accomplishments.

The 2014 issue is currently underway and will be published in March. You can follow the progress of the editorial board on Facebook and Twitter (@GA_Landscape).

View the award-winning 2013 issue of Georgia Landscape Magazine.