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Faculty Accolades

LeBleu and Parker win Alabama APA Leadership Awards

Charlene LeBleu, Associate Professor and Chair of the Master of Landscape Architecture Program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, and Grayson Parker, a graduate student in the dual degree Master of Landscape Architecture and Master of Community programs, have won

DI ♥'s Freear and Blackwell

DesignIntelligence recognized the talent of APLA faculty and graduates in their list of “30 Most Admired Educators for 2015.” Each year, the DesignIntelligence survey of “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools” honors excellence in education and education administration in the disciplines of

Schumacher Wins Art Guild Award

Quilt featured in Cultivating Ground Exhibit

Prof. Sheri Schumacher’s creative work is informed by the reconciliation of design and everyday life, prioritizing the transformation and cultivation of ones environment and the search for a system of connections.

Finn Named Global Scholar

Professor Scott Finn, Auburn Architecture

Prof. J. Scott Finn, Director of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture's (APLA) International Studies Program in Rome has been named a member of the University's Global Teaching Academy, an Auburn University program that recognizes and celebrates selected members for

Rural Studio Wins Whitney M. Young Award

Newbern Town Hall and Fire Station

The Board of Directors of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) named Rural Studio the recipient of the 2015 Whitney M. Young Jr. Award.

APLA Faculty and Students Present at the American Planning Association Conference

Faculty Present at national conference

APLA faculty and students had a good showing at the 2014 American Planning Association Conference in Atlanta, with six faculty and two students participating in three sessions and three students presenting posters at the April conference.

Landscape Architecture Professor Charlene Lebleu and

APLA Faculty and Students Exhibit Work in Research Week’s Creative Scholarship Showcase

Research Week's Creative  Scholarship Showcase

Twenty-five of the nearly forty creative research projects exhibited by the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) at the Research Week 2014 Creative Scholarship SHOWCASE in April were produced by School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) faculty, graduate

CADC 2014 Spirit of Sustainability Award Winners

The Auburn University Office of Sustainability announced its 2014 Spirit of Sustainability Award winners on Tuesday, April 22. Once again the College of Architecture, Design and Construction was well represented among the award recipients. Michael Hein, PhD, William A.

Landscape Architecture's Chair Gives Olmsted Lecture

Emergence in Landscape Architecture image

Rod Barnett, Chair of the Master of Landscape Architecture, gave the Olmsted Lecture at the Harvard GSD in November 2013. His presentation, called Nonlinear Encounters, focused on aspects of his recent book Emergence in Landscape Architecture, which the publisher Routledge says is selling

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