LA’s Trina receives CELA Best Poster Honorable Mention in Albuquerque
By: Norman Martin
Nazia Afrin Trina, an international graduate student in Texas Tech University's Department of Landscape Architecture, garnered ‘Best Poster Honorable Mention' in this semester's Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Poster Competition. The honor was presented on Saturday (Mar. 19) at the organization's annual meeting near Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The title of Trina's poster was “The Play Value of Plants: Altering parts of plants as loose part play materials in early childhood learning landscapes.” Her academic advisor on the project was Muntazar Monsur, an assistant professor in Tech's Department of Landscape Architecture.
The focus of this year's three-day meeting was, ‘Evolving Norms: Adapting Scholarship to Disruptive Phenomena' said Kathryn Nelson, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Department Chair in the Department of Landscape Architecture.
Established in 1920, CELA is composed of virtually all the programs of higher learning in landscape architecture in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. There also are individual and institutional members from many other parts of the world. The group's annual conferences focus on recent research and scholarship in all aspects of landscape architecture.
CONTACT: Kathryn Nelson, Senior Lecturer & Assistant Department Chair, Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas Tech University at (806) 834-2862 or Kathryn.Nelson@ttu.edu
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