Undergraduate and graduate students in Landscape Architecture recently won a list of state, national and international landscape design and planning awards and recognitions. The Department of Landscape Architecture congratulates these students for their outstanding performance in learning and practicing Landscape Architecture.
April 23, 2013, graduate students Carlos Flores, Hieu Nguyen and Elena Tucci received Runner Up Honor from the EPA 2012 Campus RainWorks Challenge with their LA 512 project "The Hydrological Belt" supervised by Dr. Weimin Li. According to EPA staff, The "judges were very impressed with the way your team balanced environmental, social, and cultural perspectives in creating a unique design". EPA has released a press release announcing the winners and honorable mentions for the Campus RainWorks Challenge "
Graduate Students Jing Cai, Jingwen Guo and Meagan Yellot won the 2011 Wayne Grace Memorial Student Design Competition with their project "Building up Jordan Downs". Click here the projection description and project boards.
Undergraduate Students Oscar Gomez and Aaron Reece won an Honor Award in the Analysis and Planning Category in the 2011 ASLA Student Awards with their project "Bolsa Intervention: Strategizing Performative Ecologies". Details on the Teams' projection description and project boards are available here.
Graduate Students Jing Cai received highly recommended award from the 2011 SLANT International Design Competition with her project "Circles Nanjing Wall Park". Click here for projection description and project boards.
Undergraduate Students Miguel Jimmenez, Sergio Lopez, Samnang Thang won an Honor Award in the Communication Category in the 2011 ASLA Student Awards with their project "Boxed + Shipped". Details on the Teams' projection description and project boards are available here.
Graduate Students Elizabeth Hurst, Laura Male and BriAnna Weldon won a Second Place in the 2011 California State University Student Research Competition with their project, titled "Human V.S. Fire - Exploring Life at the Wildland-Urban Interface" presented at CSU Fresno."