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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

10.07.13

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'Land-fill to Land-form' by Gabriela Weber and Nicholas Mercado
Landscape Architecture | Regional and Community Planning
MONDAY MEMO 10.07.13
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

LA and RCP mid-semester grades are due to Jayna Monday, Oct 7. Please contact her if you have any questions or concerns.

Courtney is gathering LA/RCP contributions to the Graduate School's call from Notable Scholarly Achievements, taking information from MM's since April 2013. Please let her know if there are additional achievements that should be included.

Assistant Professors Katie Kingery-Page and Kate Nesse will be hosting an APDPro: Public Interest Planning and Design forum on Thursday, Oct 24 in Pierce Commons from 4:30-5:30 pm.

Landscapades 2013 will be on Thursday, Oct 11 and Friday, Oct 12

OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Associate Professor LaBarbara Wigfall presented Pop Culture & The Design Profession: Why Does it Matter? The Missing 32%: What does it represent? at the National Organization of Minority Architects, Oct 2-6 in Indianapolis, IN. 

Assistant Professor Anne Beamish presented Light as Policeman: The Ideology of the Street Lamp's Ability to Fight Crime in American Cities at the Society for American City and Regional Planning History Conference, Oct 2-6 in Toronto, Canada.

Associate Professor Lee Skabelund will present Monitoring blue grama (Bouteloua gracilis) other native grasses and forbs, and climatic variables on an integrated green roof system in the Flint Hills Eco-region at the SER 2013 World Conference on Ecological Restoration in Madison, WI, Oct 6 - 11.


Assistant Professor Katie Kingery-Page, along with Myles Alexander (CECD), Todd Gabbard (Architecture) and Bruce Wrightsman (Architecture) will make a presentation and serve as panelists for a discussion on Intervention by Invitation: Designing for Under-served Contextsas part of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium Symposium on Race, Ethnicity and Community Engagement in Higher Education, held at Texas Tech University in Lubbock Texas on Monday, Oct. 7.

Assistant Professor Jessica Canfield is an invited critic In landscape architecture studios at the University of Arkansas, Oct 11.

OF INTEREST

Dr. Judith Major's book on Mariana Griswold van Rensselaer is featured in the September 3013 issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine.

Green Action Fund proposals may be submitted now to the Office of Sustainability. Any student, student group, faculty member, or academic program can write a proposal to fund a sustainability-oriented project at K-State. To find out more click here.

DEADLINES AND EVENTS

MEETINGS AND DEADLINES

Mon    Oct 7. LA and RCP grades due to Jayna

Tues   Oct 8, Tenured Faculty Meeting, Seaton 301, 10 am - 12:30 pm

Thurs  Oct 10, RCP Faculty Meeting, Seaton 106c, 12:30 - 1:30 pm, agenda

Tues   Oct 15, Tenured Faculty Meeting, Seaton 301, 10 am - 12:30 pm

Thurs  Oct 17, LARCP Faculty Meeting, Seaton 106c, 12:30 - 1:30 pm

Thurs  Oct 24, LARCP Faculty Meeting, Seaton 106c, 12:30 am - 1:30 pm 

Mon    Oct 28, May and August Intersession proposals due to Stephanie

EVENTS

Fri-Mon Oct 4-7, Beamish Specialization Studio Trip to Blanche Nuit, Toronto

Thur-Fri Oct 11-12, Landscapades

Mon      Oct 14, RCP Distinguished Lecture, Chuck Marohn

Wed      Oct 23, Meghan Wieters, Sedentary by Practice: How can we integrate physical activity as part of daily routines at work, 106c, noon

Thurs    Oct 24, APDPro Event, Katie Kingery-Page and Kate Nesse, Public Interest Planning and Design, Pierce Commons, 4:30 pm

Wed     Nov 6, RCP Ekdahl Lecture, Ken Greenberg

Sat      Nov 9, APDesign Research Symposium with Linda Sorrento, Executive Director of the National Academy of Environmental Design

CONNECTIONS

Planning in Pop Culture 91.9 Show

The Meadow Blog


planpop: the City Planning & POP Culture Blog

http://apdesign.k-state.edu/larcp/

 

 
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