The College of Environment & Design was formed in 2001 as the first new college at UGA since 1969. Within the College exists degree programs in Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Environmental Planning & Design as well as a specialized Certificate Program in Environmental Ethics.
The Office of the Dean houses the Dean and his support staff including the Assistant Dean, Alumni Relations, and the Office of Development. Note: This section of the website is under construction.
Faculty & Staff
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The College of Environment & Design facilities are spread across UGA's north campus and downtown Athens. The Owens Library, the Founders Memorial, the Circle Gallery, and a number of studios provide our students different backdrops to create and display their work.
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