Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture

Landscape Research Record No.01

CELA (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture)

Landscape Research Record No.01

COMMUNICATION AND VISUALIZATION

  • Shujuan Li, Bo Yang, and Jie Yan
    • 3D DIGITAL GRAPHICS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: CURRENT CONDITIONS IN A NUTSHELL
  • Hala Nassar, Robert Hewitt, Geoff Taylor, and Brooks Patrick
    • SPACE, TIME, PLACE, DURATION; GEOSPATIAL FRAMING AND SENSING IDENTITIES OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
  • Elizabeth Mogen
    • THE ROLE OF VISUAL IMAGES IN THE PLANNING/DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR THREE WIND FARMS IN COLORADO: CASE STUDIES – TWO BUILT, ONE DENIED

DESIGN EDUCATION AND PEDAGOGY

  • Jennifer Britton
    • INTERSECTING SELF-REFLECTION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PEDAGOGY
  • Ken Yocom and Julie Johnson
    • ECOLOGICAL DESIGN | DESIGN ECOLOGY: INTEGRATING SYSTEMS THINKING INTO EARLY DESIGN EDUCATION
  • Sean Rotar, David Barbarash, Bernie Dahl, and Ann Hildner
  • Katherine Melcher
    • LEAVING THE DRAFTING TABLE: STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE DESIGN-BUILD EXPERIENCE
  • Pat Crawford and Robert Dalton
    • MAKING OUR GRADUATES COMPETITIVE IN THE WORKFORCE: WHAT SOFT SKILLS DO STUDENTS, FACULTY, ALUM AND EMPLOYERS VALUE?
  • Karen E. Wilson Baptist
  • M. Elen Deming, Joshua Harris, and Ilona Matkovszki
    • INSTITUTIONAL MEMORY AND THE LONGUE DURÉE: STRATEGIC PRESERVATION OF ARCHIVAL RESOURCES

DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION (LA CES)

  • Christopher P. McDowell and Katherine Melcher
    • MATERIAL REUSE IN THE LANDSCAPE: THE FEASIBILITY OF REUSING WOOD IN LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN

HISTORY, THEORY AND CULTURE

  • Benjamin Hollis George
  • Catherine Evans and Linda Corkery
    • MAPPING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGAGEMENT AND PRACTICE IN AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: A REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL AWARDS PROGRAM
  • Jan Haenraets, Alyssa Schwann, and Melissa Hollingsworth
    • PARADISE IN CONFLICT: REEXAMINING AND SAFEGUARDING THE GENIUS OF THE MUGHAL GARDENS OF KASHMIR

LANDSCAPE PLANNING AND ECOLOGY(LA CES)

  • Rachel Stevens, Kristina Hill, Nathan Burgess, and Amy Grady
  • Michael Salter, Eric Macdonald, and Zachary Richardson
    • PRESCRIBED GOAT GRAZING IN URBAN SETTINGS: A PILOT STUDY OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN NINE U.S. CITIES
  • Angela Campbell, Peter Butler, Ayaka Hosogaki, and Jing Chu
  • Chingwen Cheng, Elizabeth A. Brabec, Yi-Chen E. Yang, and Robert L. Ryan
    • RETHINKING STORMWATER MANAGEMENT IN A CHANGING WORLD: EFFECTS OF DETENTION FOR FLOODING HAZARD MITIGATION UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS IN THE CHARLES RIVER WATERSHED

PEOPLE-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS

  • Jessica L. Canfield and Huston J. Gibson
  • Eric E. Castle, Virajita Singh, and Daniel Handeen
    • COMBATING OBESITY WITH TREE COOKIES AND MUD PIES: A CASE STUDY OF THE HEALTH IMPACTS OF A COLLABORATIVE DESIGN PROCESS ON THREE NATURAL PLAY SPACES IN NORTHWEST MINNESOTA
  • Amy Latomme and Jody Rosenblatt-Naderi
  • Jane Choi and Scott Carman
  • Zahra Zamani and Robin Moore
    • THE COGNITIVE PLAY BEHAVIOR AFFORDANCES OF NATURAL AND MANUFACTURED ELEMENTS WITHIN OUTDOOR PRESCHOOL SETTINGS
  • Kristian Kelley

RESEARCH AND METHODS

  • Bo Yang, Pamela Blackmore, and Yue Zhang
    • PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF FOUR STREETSCAPE RENOVATIONS: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY INVESTIGATION
  • Jessica L. Canfield and Bo Yang

SERVICE-LEARNING AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

  • Zachary Richardson and Eric Macdonald
    • FOUR-LEGGED ECOREVELATORY AGENTS OF ENGAGEMENT: PRESCRIBED GRAZING AS A TOOL FOR COMMUNITY BUILDING, ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION, AND PUBLIC INTERACTION

SUSTAINABILITY(LA CES)

  • Çigdem Çoskun Hepcan, Nihal Eser, and Serif Hepcan
    • SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF THE FIRST SLOW CITY IN TURKEY: THE CASE OF SEFERIHISAR
  • Amar Gohar and G. Mathias Kondolf

URBAN DESIGN

  • Mingyu Cui, Byoung-Suk Kweon, and David N. Myers
    • IMPROVE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS ROAD SYSTEM WITH COMPLETE STREETS PRINCIPLES: THE CASE OF UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
  • James Brown and Archana Sharma
    • RETROFITTING CITIES: ENHANCING SYNERGY BY EXPLORING NEW TRENDS IN URBAN GREENWAYS
  • Akiko Ono
  • Robert Hewitt, Hala Nassar, Brooks Patrick, and Geoff Taylor
    • SPACE, TIME, PLACE, DURATION; THE EVALUATION OF DESIGNED URBAN LANDSCAPE THROUGH PUBLIC SOCIAL MEDIA ACTIVITY
  • Zoha Niazi and Taner R. Ozdil
    • THE “PEDESTRIAN REALM” AS A GENESIS OF COMMERCE: BAZAARS OF THE EAST AND MIXED-USE CENTERS OF THE WEST