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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

04-28-2014

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Javier Sanchez listens to 5th year presentations.

 

This week is the last week to view the 2014 Knapp Delineation Competition

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The Chang Gallery will show the Ted & Sue Knapp Delineation Competition from now until May 1, 2014. Architecture reviews will be in the gallery from May 2 – 9.

 

Landscape architecture students win five awards at regional conference

Source – Courtney Boman


Landscape architecture students from Kansas State University were recognized for outstanding contribution to landscape architecture at the American Society of Landscape Architects Central States Conference, April 11, in Omaha.


Students, all in landscape architecture unless otherwise noted, receiving honors included:
Kraig Weber, Manhattan, Honor Award in the planning and analysis category for the group project "Complex Catalysts: Resilient Urbanism for Eastern KCMO." Major professors are Blake Belanger and Howard Hahn, landscape architecture. Wesley Moore, Newton, Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "The Rain Pocket." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Katie Burke, doctoral student in environmental design and planning, Wamego, Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "The Rain Pocket." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Amanda Kline, Wichita, Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "Prairie Vision: Envisioning a Sustainable Model for Campus Stormwater Management." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Lauren Heermann, Grain Valley, Mo., Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "Prairie Vision: Envisioning a Sustainable Model for Campus Stormwater Management." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Natalie Martell, summer 2013 Master of Landscape Architecture graduate, Lee's Summit, Mo., Honor Award in the design-unbuilt category for "Productive Ground: 21st Century Design Strategies for Fairmont Park. Her major professor is Jessica Canfield, landscape architecture. Jared Sickmann, Washington, Mo., Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "Prairie Vision: Envisioning a Sustainable Model for Campus Stormwater Management." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Parker Ruskamp, Wisner, Neb., Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "The Rain Pocket." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Taylor Allen, Bartlesville, Okla., Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "The Rain Pocket." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Diane Cochiarra, Coppell, Texas, Honor Award in the planning and analysis category for the group project "Complex Catalysts: Resilient Urbanism for Eastern KCMO." Major professors are Blake Belanger and Howard Hahn, landscape architecture. Anne Denney, Keller, Texas, May 2013 Master of Landscape Architecture graduate, Merit Award in the planning and analysis category for "Redesigning River des Peres: To Improve, Protect and Maintain." Major professor is Tim Keane, landscape architecture. Benji Williamson, South Jordan, Utah, Honor Award in the planning and analysis category for the group project "Complex Catalysts: Resilient Urbanism for Eastern KCMO." Major professors are Blake Belanger and Howard Hahn, landscape architecture. Williamson also received a Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project Prairie Vision: Envisioning a Sustainable Model for Campus Stormwater Management." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture. Yu "Rebecca" Liu, China, Honor Award in the planning and analysis category for the group project "Complex Catalysts: Resilient Urbanism for Eastern KCMO." Major professors are Blake Belanger and Howard Hahn. Liu also received a Merit Award in the design-unbuilt category for the group project "The Rain Pocket." Major professors are Jessica Canfield and Lee Skabelund, landscape architecture.


The American Society of Landscape Architects Central States region includes eight states and six chapters in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

2013 All College Photo

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Click on the image above (then right click and save) for your own copy of the Fall 2013 All College Photo!

 

Third Floor Tidbits
Weigel Library


Do you like looking for answers?  Do you enjoy discovering information in books?  Do you like helping people?  Are you interested in working in Weigel Library?  A number of student assistants are needed for the Fall 2014 semester.
The application form is available in Weigel, Seaton 323.    The number of hours typically ranges from 7 to 10 per week for student employees in Weigel. 
To be considered for employment a completed application must include a copy of your official KSIS class schedule using the “Weekly Calendar View”.   Applications are due Tuesday, May 13 in Weigel.
Hiring decisions will be made during the summer.  Both successful and unsuccessful candidates will be notified of decisions.     

 

PIZZA IN THE PIERCE - ENJOY A SLICE ON US!

Take time for a study/studio break!  Stop by Pierce Commons Thursday evening, May 1st, for a slice of pizza and other refreshments!  The pizza, provided by Weigel Library and K-State Libraries, will arrive about 9:30 pm.  APDesign Student Organizations (SCASLA, SPA, IASC, AIAS and Women in Design) are providing other treats that evening for you to enjoy – rumor has it there will be beverages, root beer floats, veggie and fruit trays and cookies/brownies.   Weigel Library supports you throughout the semester with resources, services, technology and now pizza!

 

Upcoming APDPro Events:

HealthRhythms: Have Fun and Relieve Stress [SPECIAL TOPIC]
Offered every Wednesday through May 7, 2014, 8:15 a.m. or 1 p.m.
**Please sign up in advance by contacting Neil Dunn at neildunn@ksu.edu or call 785-532-6870.

REMINDERS:
If you don't see an event that will fulfill any APDPro requirements you have left for the year, please contact Danna Voegeli.

Leadership Activity Reflections are also due to Danna Voegeli (dvoegeli@ksu.edu) on Thursday, May 1, by 5 p.m.

Good For APDesign, for having MRCP Student featured in 'Good For K-State" Magazine

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Mitchel Loring, MRCP 5th year, is featured in an article in the recent KSU Foundation’s Good for K-State magazine highlighting the Gross Discovery Scholarship. Click here to read.

Weigel Scholarship Also Featured in 'Good For K-State"

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Click here for article