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Welcome Alumni! All graduates of the College, whether from the Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, Environmental Planning, or Environmental Ethics programs, are members of the CEDAA. This section of the College website contains various resources that will help you stay connected and involved with the CED, your fellow classmates, and The University of Georgia Alumni Association. We also host the CEDAA listserv for you to network with other Alumni and the College.
Please stay in touch and be a part of the CED Alumni Association. Whenever you are on campus, come visit us at one of our lectures, Circle Gallery Exhibits, Alumni Weekends or even a College of Environment and Design tailgate during football season. All of us at the College as well as your CEDAA Officers look forward to seeing you soon.
Letter from the CEDAA President
To our Community of the College of Environment & Design:
The College of Environment and Design stands at the threshold of an exciting era for the program. Another year of strong rankings by Design Intelligence, a new Masters in Environmental Planning and Design, and the development of a new PhD program are just a few progressive moves the College is making. Most importantly however, is the redevelopment of the iconic mid-century Visual Arts Building which used to be home of the Lamar Dodd School of Art; as the CED’s new home on the east side of North Campus. While the college will maintain its roots in Denmark Hall and Lumpkin House, this new facility sets the stage for the CED to advance to new levels.
The move to Visual Arts, soon to be renamed the Environment & Design Building, affords the College and its alumni two unique opportunities. First, this new home presents the opportunity to demonstrate our profession’s essential skill sets of adaptive reuse and sustainability. Secondly, the College has developed a long-term plan to build an addition to the Environment & Design Building which will bring the majority of the school under one roof and allow for new levels of collaborative learning. With the advent of this new facility, the CED is poised demonstrate why it resides at the pinnacle of professional education.
To build upon this momentum, the alumni body should support the College in a fashion that is unprecedented. I personally invite each alumnus and alumna to reconnect, get plugged in with the school and consider how you can contribute to the College’s betterment. Alumni Weekend is always a great place to start. If you haven’t been in a while, I assure that you will be personally rewarded through fellowship, networking and the fulfillment of strengthening our College.
2012-2013 CEDAA President