It’s Official – Four to Finish!

As in nature – so in the BLA… Undergraduate students will have a greater ability to tailor the content of the degree, associate dean for academics Gregg Coyle said. “We have one of the top five undergraduate programs of landscape architecture in the nation,” he said. “It is only fitting that we assist our students in completing their degree in […]

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DITL – Day in the Life of a BLA at UGA! – Catherine Arnold, 3rd Year BLA

No ones’ days are busier than those of landscape architecture students. Not only are they long but they are filled with work. This may sound rather intimidating and difficult, but in reality the hours are very fulfilling and productive. However, to make this work level sustainable, I really had to master the art of time management this year. Typically my […]

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House the Herd: Student Design Challenge – Megan Perry, 2nd Year BLA

“I think that having land and not ruining it is the most beautiful art that anyone could ever want.” –Andy Warhol “Nature is pleased with simplicity. And nature is no dummy.” – Isaac Newton    This image shows goats in a fenced test plot eating invasive Phragmites australis marsh grass. Photo: Jennifer Brundage, Duke University      Webster’s dictionary defines being sustainable as […]

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LAND Summer Abroad in Cortona, Italy – Mackenzie Bourne, 4th year BLA

Cortona, Italy. I can still remember the sounds, the smells, the faces, the distinct visual memories of my summer spent in this amazing city.  The UGA Study Abroad Program is fortunate to have an established UGA campus in the special little town of Cortona, Italy.  Cortona is a small hilltop medieval town with a historical environment and friendly locals.  Since […]

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