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The University of Arizona

 •  September 6

In May 2017, the University of Arizona Master of Science in Planning program received a five-year accreditation term, effective January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2022. The Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) praised the program’s many areas of excellence including its cohesive identity and vision that combines policy with design. They noted that this...

The University of Arizona

 •  August 14

Recent Master of Landscape Architecture graduate and Olmsted Scholar Kendra Hyson was recently interviewed by the Landscape Architecture Foundation for their Conversations with Leaders in Landscape series. In the interview, entitled "Empowering Communities Through Design," Kendra discusses her new role as Program Coordinator at the Neighborhood...

July 2017’s ASLA Magazine cover story is about American Landscape Architect Martha Schwartz, principal of Martha Schwartz Partners and Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, whose unique aesthetic has challenged conventional ideas in the design of public and private spaces around the world for over...

Last March, School of Landscape Architecture and Planning Director Lauri Macmillan Johnson was selected by the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Fellows to become one of their newest Fellows after being nominated for the position by Dean Emeritus Jan Cervelli. This recognition of lifetime achievement comes with CELA executive...

The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) held its 2017 Convocation Ceremony on the evening of Saturday, May 13. The event kicked off at the college with a reception for all 113 graduates and their families and then was moved to Centennial Hall, the University of Arizona's "Main Auditorium," for a formal ceremony. The...

The Darryl B. Dobras Award for Excellence perpetual annual grant recognizes outstanding service rendered to the University of Arizona Foundation and the University of Arizona by Darryl B. Dobras, an alumnus of the College of Architecture Planning and Landscape Architecture (1972). Awards from this fund may be given to members of the College...

On April 13, 2017, 3rd year MLA students delivered their Master's Report presentations in the CAPLA Sundt Gallery to students, faculty, staff, and members of the community during the annual MLA Conference. These reports are the culmination of three years of study in the field of Landscape Architecture and represent a year's worth of focused...

On April 13, 2017, 3rd year MLA students delivered their Master's Report presentations in the CAPLA Sundt Gallery to students, faculty, staff, and members of the community during the annual MLA Conference. These reports are the culmination of three years of study in the field of Landscape Architecture and represent a year's worth of focused...

The School of Architecture has recently invested in an HTC Vive Virtual Reality (VR) system. Starting April 5, the headset will be available to students who are interested in taking the system for a test drive. Currently, the VR has several demo programs that will provide unique educational opportunities for architecture students. Robert Miller,...

The University of Arizona is offering a new undergraduate program to better prepare engineers for collaborating with architects. The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering is based in the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics and offered in partnership with the School of Architecture in the College of Architecture,...