Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning
Student Connection 03.06.14
Aaron Duncan, from MESA Design Group, will be on campus Monday, March 10 conducting interviews with students who graduate in May. If you are interested in setting-up an appointment, please email Aaron your portfolio and resume at firstname.lastname@example.org. Aaron will also be giving a presentation open to all students Monday at 11:30 am in 106c.
Michael Bouchard will present How to Get Ahead in Landscape Architecture: Urban Ecology, Project Management and the Public Realm for the LARCP Colliquium series on Friday, March 7 at 4:30 pm in Seaton Hall 106c. Click here to read more.
A BIG thank you to all the students who helped host faculty at the 2nd Annual LA Progressive Dinner. We had a wonderful time and appreciated your kind hospitality! Jessica, Jon, Anne, Lorn, Katie, Howard, Brent, and Chip
James Wood, MRCP student, will present his thesis "Selling Transit: Perception, Participation, and the Politics of Transit in Kansas City" Monday, March 10 at 1:30 pm in Seaton Hall 105.
OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
The LAR 704 class, led by Assistant Professor Brent Chamberlain, presented new City and Linear Trailhead bike maps to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board on March 3. The presentation is the completion of a mapping project which has involved city personnel and the Manhattan Bicycle Advisory Committee.
City of Manhattan, KS, Summer Urban Planning Internship,Information Pitkin Country Open Space and Trails, Summer 2014 Internship,Information
LARCP is a partner in the K-State Prairie Studies Initiative that brings disciplines in the arts and sciences together to explore cultural and ecological dimensions of the prairie, understand challenges to sustaining grassland ecosystems, and envision the future of these important landscapes. The public kickoff for the initiative is a March 11 screening of a segment of nature photographer Michael Forsberg's "Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild" series, 6-8 p.m. in 101 Bluemont Hall. The screening, themed "Water", will be followed by discussion with Tim Keane, LARCP, and Elizabeth Dodd, university distinguished professor of English, writer and poet. See Katie Kingery-Page or Stephanie Rolley if you would like more information about the Prairie Studies Intiative and read here. The Jane Silverstein Ries Foundation has announced the release of the 2014 Student Award Competition. Click here for more information. Ten table bases, pictured here, are looking for a good home. Oak, no top, you pick up from Seaton Court 106c. Please respond to email@example.com if you want one or more. Great concepts from Professor Headley’s Digital Fabrications class design charrette hosted by Norris Design Inc. are available at http://iapddigitalfabrications.wordpress.com/. Teams were joined by landscape architecture students to kick off the project that will result in furniture for the Brookfield Midtown development in Denver.Powercat Financial Counseling is offering three events for graduate students to learn more about financial topics this semester. Click here to view flyer with information about the participation prizes and events.
Mar 23-Apr 11 Jon Hunt, Mary K. Jarvis Scholar of Distinction, exhibition in Chang Gallery
Fri Mar 28 Kansas APA Spring Symposium, 9 am-4 pm, Eldridge Hotel Lawrence, KS
Mon Mar 31 SPOTLIGHT K-State
, 7-10 pm, Forum Hall K-State Student Union
Sat Apr 5 K-State Open House
Mon Apr 7 DesignExpo 2014
, K-State Alumni Center, 10 am - 3 pm
Fri Apr 11 "Restoring Pollinator Communities and Services in Intensively Managed Agricultural Landscapes"
, 1:30 pm, 103 Cardwell
Wed-Thurs Sept 17-18 Built Environment and the Outdoors Summit, InformationCONNECTIONSLARCP Alumni eNewsletter
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