Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

Landscape architecture is a multi-faceted profession dedicated to the welfare of the physical environment and the living communities of the earth. It is a diverse and growing design profession that combines art, science, engineering, and technology. Landscape Architecture at the College of Design is especially concerned with the stewardship, restoration, and regeneration of the natural and cultural environments in urban, rural, and wilderness settings.

For more information about this department, including contact information, visit the department website.

Faculty

Department Head

  • Gene Bressler, Interim

Director of Graduate Program

  • Carla Delcambre

Professors

  • D. Adlakha
  • K. Boone
  • G. Bressler
  • M. Calkins
  • M.E. Deming
  • A. Fox
  • M. Hoversten
  • A. Rice
  • G. Smith

Associate Professor

  • N. Cosco
  • C. Delcambre
  • F. Magallanes
  • C. Pasalar
  • J. Sherk

Assistant Research Professor

  • M. Baldwin

Teaching Assistant Professor

  • R. Layton
  • R. Swink

Assistant Professor of the Practice

  • D.A. Howe
  • T. Klondike
  • E. McCoy
  • B. Monette
  • J. Turner