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Landscape Architecture

News from the Landscape Architecture degree program.

Professor Le Bleu presents at IFLA Conference

Charlene Lebleu, Associate Professor in the Master of Landscape Architecture program, presented a

ASLA Awards

HILLworks: landscape + architecture, the design practice of Assistant Professor David Hill, was

Rome Studio Students Participate in World USGBC Conference

On April 10, 2013 Auburn Architecture students in Rome participated in the Green Building Council

Student/Faculty ASLA Award Winners

The Campus Rain Works Collaborative Team received an ASLA Student Award of Merit for their

Professor Charlene LeBleu Teams with Forestry for Development Workshop

Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Latif Kalin, Associate Professor

Professor Charlene LeBleu Presents Research in Tallinn, Estonia

Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, recently presented a paper at the

Jack Williams, Professor Emeritus, Invited to Beijing to Lecture

Jack Williams Invited to Beijing to LectureJack Williams, Professor Emeritus of Landscape Architecture, was invited to lecture at Beijing

New Mexico: Cultural and Social Ecology of Architecture


THE STUDY OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPES is a way of thinking about everyday built spaces as evidence of social groups, power relations, and culture.

Landscape Architecture’s Rome Studio

MLA Rome 2012 Study Abroad

Thirteen students accompanied Professor Rod Barnett to Rome during last Summer semester, ten of whom were Master of Landscape Architecture students and three were from the Master of Community Planning program. The students worked and played throughout Rome for five weeks.

Landscape Architecture Professors Provide Guidance to Town of Section, Alabama

Faculty and students within the Master of Landscape Architecture Program have completed the development of the long-term visioning process, including a framework for sustainability and zoning ordinances, for the town of Section, Alabama.