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Landscape Architecture

Landscape Thesis 2014 Student Profiles

MLA Thesis Students

The aim of Thesis Studio within Auburn’s Graduate Landscape Architecture Program is to facilitate students’ development of a theoretically sophisticated understanding of the discipline of landscape architecture through engagement in research by design.

Inventing Pratt: Urbanism in a New Key

Master of Landscape Architecture Students (MLA) in Adjunct Instructor Jacqueline Margetts Spring 2014 studio partnered with the City of Birmingham to explore options for tornado devastated Pratt City in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Located approximately six miles North

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

MLA Graduate Success in the Work Place

Graduates of the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program have enjoyed a 90 percent placement ratio over the last five years. During this period, sixty students have graduated from the program.

Service Learning in Master of Landscape Architecture

Learning by doing is an engaging component of the Landscape Architecture program; the aim is to teach and model emerging real world conditions.

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.

The Alabama Low Impact Development Handbook

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) has released The Alabama Low Impact Development Handbook.  The Alabama LID Handbook is a web-based resource that provides recommendations for professionals seeking to plan, design, construct, plant, and maintain stormwater control measures.  


San Francisco Bay Area Trip a Savory Study in Landscape Urbanism

Mobile Landscape Studio, San Francisco

Digging into the question of what makes a wonderful neighborhood, Master of Landscape Architecture students travelled with Prof. Jocelyn Zanzot, Co-director of the Mobile Studio, to the San Francisco Bay Area in Fall 2014 to study a range of examples.