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Landscape Architecture

Students Collaborate on Cahaba Blueway Future

Students from Auburn’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture have partnered with Alabama Innovation Engine, The Nature Conservancy, and Cahaba River Society to explore the opportunities for design embedded in the Cahaba River.

The Mobile Studio Overseas

Mobile Studio in Birmingham England

Prof. Jocelyn Zanzot partnered with MADE: a center for place-making in Birmingham England and a team of landscape architects, artists and public historians on Tamed, a 60- year vision plan for the Witton neighborhood and its urban wild river.

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.

Landscape Architecture Program Studies Old Federal Road Route

Beginning in the spring semester of 2011 and continuing through 2012, students and faculty in

MLA/MCP Student Receives Alabama Chapter of the American Planning Association Outstanding Planning Student Award

 Russell Harrington, a dual-degree Masters of Landscape Architecture-Community Planning student,

David Hill, AIA, ASLA, LEED AP, received a Merit Award

Professor David Hill, AIA, ASLA, LEED AP, received a Merit Award from AIA Alabama as well the

Professor Charlene Le Bleu has received several honors and accolades

Professor Charlene Le Bleu has received several honors and accolades:  She has been elected

Landscape Architecture + Community Planning Alum Promoted to Partner at OLIN, Philadelphia

Congratulations are in order for Richard Roark, APLA 2001, for his promotion from his previous role

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