Wildcat Creek -- all of the studies completed by LARCP faculty and students have contributed to city and county understanding of precautions to take asantecedent moisture saturates our region (click to see the result)
Landscape Architecture | Regional and Community Planning
MONDAY MEMO 08.05.13
LARCP Master's Report and Thesis Guidelin, a new department document (LARCPReportThesis2013v073013.docx) is available for faculty review in the KSOL LARCP Faculty>Academic Affairs>Student RSCA Development folder. We will vote to adopt the document at our August 19 meeting. Please forward any recommended edits to Stephanie by August 16.
OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Dr. Kate Nesse was selected to participate in the Journal of Planning Education and Research Writing Workshop, August 7-9, in Atlanta,Georgia. She will develop an article, Communicative planning as a preference revelatory mechanism for social utility, during the workshop.
Dr. Tim Keane will attend the Ecological Society of America Conference, Aguust 5-9, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in his role as Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation grant Political Fragmnentation in Local Governance and Water Resource Management.
Professor Alpa Nawre will attend the National Science Foundation grant workshop at the University of Kansas, August 6.
The Island Press digital book sale ends today at midnight. Excellent books available for $4.99 each. This offer is available through all major e-book retailers and at islandpress.org. If you shop at islandpress.org, enter the code SALE for the discount.
Ian Scherling's, MLA '09, work with his colleagues at Sasaki Associates is described in a recent Wichita Business Journal article.
The 7th Annual Built Environment and the Outdoors Summit will take place September 25-26 in Topeka. There are excellent speakers focused on the positive cognitive effects of nature immersion and connections between economic development, land use and community health. One day student registration is only $25.
The Public Interest Design Institute will be held in Kansas City, September 18 - 19, 2013. Presented by Design Corps along with our college, the University of Kansas School of Architecture Design and Planning and the Kansas City Design Center, the curriculum is formed around the Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED) metric, a set of standards that outlines the process and principles of this growing approach to design. Early bird regular and student registration is open until August 30.
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