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Student/Faculty ASLA Award Winners

The Campus Rain Works Collaborative Team received an ASLA Student Award of Merit for their collaborative design entitled Auburn University Daylighting of Parkerson Mill Creek at the Alabama-Mississippi Association of Landscape Architecture Twin States Conference in Perdido Beach, AL, on April 12. The team consisted of landscape architecture students: Maria Hines, Dale Speetjens, Pratisha Shakya, Chen Fan and Xue Hao; architecture students: Brad Green and Cynthia Baker; Jaron Benett, Building Science and Amanda Meder, Horticulture.  Faculty/ staff mentors for the project were:  Darren Olsen, Building Science; Amy Wright, Horticulture; Paul Zorr, Architecture; Charlene LeBleu, Landscape Architecture and Stephen Everett, Auburn University Campus Planning.

Xue Hao, a 2013 graduate of the Master of Landscape Architecture Program, received an ASLA Student Award of Honor for Community Design & Service at the Alabama-Mississippi Association of Landscape Architecture Twin States Conference in Perdido Beach, AL, on April 12. The Award of Honor is the highest design award given in landscape architecture.



Gary Sharp, City of Montgomery, AL, Community Development, commented that  Xue Hao’s design entitled, Rugged Sidewalk and Famous People Wall, will “further our community development initiatives, which commemorate events, places and people of historical significance.  Elements of her plan will be utilized for redevelopment of the Selma-to-Montgomery National Historic Civil Rights Trail; and components of her designs will help attract tourist and encourage additional commerce in a redeveloping community.”



Xue Hao’s work is part of the 2012 Spring LAND 6330 Studio IV taught by Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture.

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