The Southern California Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects celebrated their 2016 Quality of Life Awards at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort in Anaheim on Thursday, October 6, 2016. The theme of the awards this year was “Celebrating the Evolving Vision of California Landscapes”. Two hundred landscape architects, green industry and other allied professionals […]
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Landscape as Necessity Debate Series If you missed the first lecture in this series, make sure you don’t miss this one! Featuring James Burnett from OJB in Solana Beach and Mark Rios from Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Los Angeles and moderated by our very own Director, Stephanie Landregan, this lecture/debate is sure to by engaging and enlightening. Event starts […]
While at the Diversity Summit last July, Alumni Tammy Martin and Jessica Centeno participated in interviews over why they became landscape architects and their unique paths to becoming on. ASLA has just released these wonderful videos showing clips of these interviews from everyone involved in the summit. Read more on the summit here.
During Sunday’s ASLA Council of Fellows Investiture Dinner during the ASLA National Conference in Boston, Alumni Paul Comstock (Class of 1989) was honored along with 32 other prominent landscape architects for their extraordinary work, leadership, knowledge, and service to the profession. He now joins Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, as a Fellow of ASLA. Here is what ASLA.org has to […]
Class of ’89 Alumni Paul Comstock will be recognized as a 2013 ASLA Fellow at the 2013 ASLA Annual Meeting & Expo, November 15-18 in Boston. He is the second UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program Alumni to become a FASLA. From ASLA 2013 Fellow Profiles: Paul K. Comstock received his nomination, for Knowledge, from the Southern […]
July 12-14 National ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architecture) convened several national summits on important national issues affecting the profession of Landscape Architecture. In their first Diversity Summit to discuss the obstacles to specifically Latino and African American’s in landscape architecture, 12 emerging professionals from across the nation were chosen to attend. From Southern California […]