Landscape Architecture Lectures + Events

NOLA L9The Landscape Architecture Lecture Series exposes students, faculty, alumni, practitioners and the public to the breadth of players, ideas, situations, issues, challenges, technologies and methods, controversies, collaborations, and achievements related to the profession. The lectures are held in the Burns Auditorium in Kamphoefner; they are typically scheduled for Wednesday evenings, 6:00 pm right after studio. Each lecture typically lasts for an hour, followed by Q + A and a brief discussion. Many speakers will extend their visits to campus in order to participate in design studio reviews and brown bag lunch sessions with students and faculty.

The Annual Victor Stanley Lecture: Friday, 9/22 + Saturday event morning event at JC Raulston (program TBD)
Dr. James Hitchmough

The Annual Richard Bell Lecture: Wednesday, October 11
James Burnett, FASLA

The First Annual Lewis Clarke Lecture: Wednesday, November, 17
Linda Jewell, FASLA

DesignWeek [2018]: Tentative Wednesday, 1/10 or Friday 1/12
DesignWeek [2018] Opening Panel, Mark Johnson, CEO Civitas

The Annual Women In Landscape Architecture (WILA) Lecture: Wednesday, March 14 + March 15
WILA Roundtable (AM in Allred)
Laura Solano, ASLA

Charles Burger Lecture: Date and Speaker TBD

You are also encouraged to attend lectures delivered by other departments in the College.

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