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LAEP Professor Matt Kondolf Co-Authors Paper on Implications of Sea-Level Rise on Estuaries

Professor Kondolf and alumnus Pedro Pinto published an article comparing and contrasting the environmental changes, framework and implications of two urban estuaries: the San Francisco bay and the Tagus Estuary in Lisbon, Portugal. Read More »

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2017 Thomas Church Competition Winners Announced

The Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning department announce the 2017 Thomas Church Memorial Design competition winners. Read More »

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Apple Seeks “Design Perfection” At Its New Campus

For all the time and money sunk into its new headquarters, some in the architecture and design communities question whether Apple has focused on the right end. Read More »

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LAEP Grad Students Create Sustainable Solutions for Rebuilding Portoviejo, Ecuador

Over the course of the winter break, eight LAEP graduate students traveled to the city of Portoviejo, Ecuador to create new, sustainable scenarios for rebuilding the areas surrounding the city’s main river, el Rio Portoviejo. Read More »

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LAEP Chair Louise Mozingo Recognized in DesignIntelligence’s List of 25 Most Admired Educators

DesignIntelligence has recognized Louise Mozingo, Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Design, on its list of 25 Most Admired Educators for 2017. Read More »

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LAEP Professor Sullivan and Graduate Student Gene Stroman awarded Arts Research Center Fellowship

Throughout the Spring 2017 semester, the team of Sullivan and Stroman will be exploring their shared interest in film and landscape design. Read More »

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The Potential of Remote Sensing to Improve Landscape Research

Remote sensing technology is increasingly penetrating our lives — from satellite images underlying everyday routes on Google Maps and smartphones to the ever more familiar buzzing of camera-equipped “toy drones” flying above neighborhoods. Read More »

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