CED Landscape Architecture Students + Park(ing) Day 2015

  UGA Georgia Students of Landscape Architecture, in conjunction with the Georgia Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects, design three parklets for International PARK(ing) Day in Athens, Georgia Athens, Ga. –  On Friday, September 18th the Georgia Students of the American Society of Landscape Architects participated in PARK(ing) Day by designing and creating three temporary parklets in Athens, Georgia. […]

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If I only knew then…BLA Student Perspectives

We asked our undergraduates to think about things they wish they had known as a first-year student to share with prospective students and/or other first-years in the Landscape Architecture (BLA) program. Thank you for sharing your learning! “It may sound unimportant, but I was so happy when I found out that there are numnerous resources available in the Owens Library for us to […]

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Downtown Renaissance Partnership Makes a Difference Across the State

UGA College of Environment and Design Assistant Professor Douglas Pardue works with Lindsey White, one of the students in the spring semester 2015 Downtown Renaissance Planning and Design practicum. She is working on a conceptual master plan for Milledgeville’s Central City Park. They are at work in the CED design studio in the Jackson Street Building on the UGA campus.  […]

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CED-designed Qualtrics form recognized after national contest.

CED’s Coordinator of Undergraduate Services, Rose Tahash, entered the Qualtrics Survey Builder contest earlier this year with a set of Qualtrics scholarship forms designed to help CED students, faculty, and staff. While not a winning entry, one of the forms was selected to be part of their “University” feature. Qualtrics got its start in academia, with the goal to make […]

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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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Thinking outside the square – Lindsey White, CED Ambassador

The Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program at the University of Georgia is ranked fifth in the nation. What contributes to this fantastic ranking are the projects that we complete in our courses. Professors create projects that really make us think differently and help us develop as designers. One project that really pushed me to think differently was a plaza design. […]

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