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Erle Ellis just got to the GSD for his stint as visiting associate professor of landscape architecture and he’s already making a splash. In an opinion piece for the N.Y. Times, he challenges the conventional wisdom that human population growth is outstripping the earth’s ability to provide sustenance.

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The UPD Department hosted its annual bus tour of Boston on September 7, led by Alex Krieger and Kathy Spiegelman, to introduce first year UPD students to the history of planning and development in the city. 

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Brian Vargo (MDes Real Estate '15)  is named a winner in the ideas competition for the removal of Interstate 280 in San Francisco, CA.

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Preston Scott Cohen (professor of architecture) will join other notable design figures selected to present 10 exemplary buildings of the last decade at a symposium  September 21 at MoMA titled In Pursuit of Architecture.

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Richard Peiser and David Hamilton receive the Silver Award for best real estate book of the year by the National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) for Professional Real Estate Development: The ULI Guide to the Business, 3rd Edition. 

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GSD students took part in an unconventional experiment at MoMA PS1 this summer, aimed at generating bold solutions to our pressing environmental problems. Brennan Baxley (MLA), Stefan DiLeo (MAUD), Yoonjee Koh (MArch), Yina Ng (MArch)  and Patricia Semmler (MArch) joined peers from Cornell for a 2-week residency, living and working in a temporary installation at the museum.

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The 11th Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design has been awarded to two projects in very different parts of the world: Porto, Portugal and Medellin, Colombia. The theme this year, Transformative Mobility, goes beyond physical movement to encompass social mobility and the reinvigoration of civic space. Today, as throughout its 27-year history, the Prize celebrates broad design interventions that repair and regenerate cities.

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Michael Ezban's (MLA ’13) article titled “Decoys, Dikes, and Lures: Polyfunctional Landscapes of Waterfowl Hunting” has been published in Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, the peer-reviewed journal edited by John Dixon Hunt.

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As the world copes with significant climate events, Landscape Architecture is breaking out of its pigeonhole of gardens and grounds and assuming a role as convening discipline for urban problem-solving. Last term’s core studio Flux City, led by Chris Reed (HU ’91, professor of landscape architecture) took sea level rise as its focus, and students creaeted interventions to reverse the vulnerability of Jamaica Bay, NY.

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In the recent issue of Green Building and Design Magazine, published in conjunction with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Nina Chase (MLA ’12) is the “Landscape Architect to Watch.”

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