Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning
Student Connection 05.29.14
Two scholarship opportunities posted on the LARCP Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities board have deadlines in June. Click here for more information.
OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Associate Professor Larry Lawhon's paper "Overcoming Potential Exclusivity Associated with Impact Fees: Loveland, Colorado's 30 Year Experience in Development Impact Fees," was accepted for publication in the Journal of Architectural and Planning Research (JAPR).
Assistant Professor Brent Chamberlain presented Developing the Gap Analysis Tool for Outdoor Recreation: Case Study in Vancouver, Canada at the Digital Landscape Architecture Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.Assistant Professor Howard Hahn presented Linking GIS-based Modeling of Stormwater Best Management Practices to 3D Visualization, co-authored with Dereatha Cross, at the Digital Landscape Architecture Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.Assistant
Professor Brent Chamberlain co-authored "Digital Outdoor Recreation Planning Tool Improves Efficiency and Cross Agency Communication: A Case Study in Metro Vancouver, Canada", which was presented by his colleague Nalon Smith at the 2014 National Outdoor Recreation Conference, San Francisco, CA May 13-16.
Assistant Professor Kate Nesse presented Setting New Standards in the Use of the ACS in Washington, D.C. at the ACS Data Users Conference.
Irrigation Getting Started Webinar will be presented by Jeremiah Farmer and Brian Frederick tomorrow, Friday, May 30 at 10 am PST. This webinar will cover the basics with the irrigation capabilities of Land F/X. Email email@example.com to RSVP before Friday. The webinar will be recorded and posted the following week here.
A new guide, Climate-Smart Conservation: Putting AdaptionPrinciples into Practice, was released by the National Wildlife Federation provides conservation practitioners and natural resource managers guidance on carrying out conservation in a changing climate.
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