Save the date to attend WreckShop, the Student American Society of Landscape Architects TTU chapter organized event. We invite professionals and alumni to learn, network, and collaborate with our students and faculty. WreckShop will feature an expo for firms to share their work, a collaborative professional-student design charrette, portfolio review session to observe and interact with students, as well as social events and networking opportunities. The theme for WreckShop this year is "Keepin' it Local" focusing on how landscape architects can create a sense of community and well-being within our local areas. The event coordinators will incorporate speakers and vendors in this great opportunity and encourage you to tell your local story through lectures, conversation, and charrette opportunities. WreckShop Fall 2018 kicks off with lectures and a reception on Thursday, November 1, and concludes on Saturday November 3, with a celebratory Red Raider Football tailgate. Go to www.ttuwreckshop.com to register and view the full schedule.
Dr. Melissa Currie was recently selected as a 2018-2019 Fellow of the TTU President's Leadership Institute (PLI). The PLI's mission is “To empower faculty and staff with a leadership foundation guided by principles of engagement, innovation, inclusiveness, and impact.” Each class of the PLI is limited to 10 faculty and 10 staff members, and is designed to help those selected become better leaders in their current and future roles. “I am honored to have been chosen for this amazing opportunity and proud to represent the TTU DoLA as a PLI Fellow,” said Currie. The institute involves one day of instruction and leadership training each month from October through March with a graduation ceremony held in April. Congratulations!
Please help us congratulate our instructors Kathryn Nelson and Michael Ross, and senior student Olivia Sievers Ross. They have earned the SITES Professional (SITES AP) credential through Green Building Certification Inc. (GBCI), placing them among an elite group of leading professionals who are dedicated to elevating the value of landscapes in the built environment. They are now among the 20 SITES AP professionals in the state of Texas and of the 189 in the United States. Congratulations!
Research findings by TTU DoLA's Assistant Professor Melissa Currie examinining environmental justice issues, the tie between infill, sprawl and inequity; and race/class discrimination related to sustainability in newly built neighborhoods was recently published in the Journal of Urban Affairs... More
Congratulations to nine students from Texas Tech Dept. of Landscape Architecure who won top honors in the 2018 Texas ASLA Design Competition... More
Associate Professor Jason Sowell, TTU Dept of Landscape Architecture, and Assistant Professor Dr. Kristine Stiphany, TTU College of Architecture, presented their paper “Infrastructure By Design” at the 48th Annual Urban Affairs Association international conference in Toronto on April 6th... More
TTU DoLA Assistant Professor Dr. Sohyun Park will present an abstract titled "Applicability and Implications of Telecoupling Framework on Rangeland Ecosystem Services" at the Annual Conference of the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE) to be held April 8-12 in Chicago, Illinois.
TTU DoLA Assistant Professor Dr. Sohyun Park will present an abstract titled "The Effects of Green Space Morphology on Urban Air Environments" at the 3rd World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium (WMCAUS) to be held in Prague, Czech Republic June 18 through 22, 2018.
TTU LA students, faculty, and alumni came together with LA industry professionals and officials from the Museum of Texas Tech on Feb 1-3 for the 2018 TTU LA WreckShop, a series of intensive design charrettes. More