Landscape Architecture Student Project Featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine

Landscape Architecture Program Director Kim Douglas and landscape architecture students were featured in the November 2015 issue of Landscape Architecture magazine for a project with the Urban Wildlife Conservation Program on the woodlands and mudflats of John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge. Douglas said she wants students to “learn how to be ethically minded leaders, to know how to talk to other professionals, and also to take away an understanding of diversity in communities.”

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