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LeBleu Elected to ASLA National Council of Fellows

Charlene LeBleu

Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, has been elected to the American Society of Landscape Architecture’s Council of Fellows, the highest honor that ASLA bestows upon its members. LeBleu, who joined the faculty of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture in 2004, was nominated by Alabama ASLA chapter “for her contribution of knowledge to the profession of landscape architecture and for her lifelong pursuit of research, education and leadership in stormwater research, design, and implementation.” She was inducted into the Council of Fellows at the ASLA annual meeting in Boston on November 17, 2013. LeBleu is the third ASLA Fellow in the State of Alabama, and the first woman Fellow in Alabama since 1899.

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