RSS Feed: This year's Experience UGA program was a success thanks to the hard work of our student volunteers and thanks to our outreach unit, the Center for Community Design and Preservation!
In October, faculty and students at the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design had the opportunity to connect with professionals and share knowledge at the ASLA 2023 Conference.
CED assistant professor Jessica Fernandez uses emerging technology to understand how people respond to designed spaces.
The University of Georgia Founders Memorial Garden has received two Italian marble statues through a generous donation from Nina Sledge Burke, the great-granddaughter of the first president of the Ladies Garden Club of Athens, which was established in 1891 as America's first garden club.
The Croatia Study Away Maymester has been beloved by faculty at the CED for over a decade. The program immerses students in the rich history and culture of Croatia, a small country in southeastern Europe with a population slightly less than the size of Metro Atlanta.
The College of Environment and Design has always placed science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the core of its landscape architecture curriculum. But it wasn't until recently that landscape architecture was federally recognized as a STEM discipline.
CED associate professor Stephen Ramos and his community planning students have helped secure a $4.9 million federal grant for a series of community improvement projects in Baldwin County, Georgia.
As the daughter of an Air Force family, packing up boxes and moving to new states and cities was routine for CED alum Kristie Person. Big moves sometimes came with challenges for Person, but she quickly discovered that moving could also be a time to discover hidden treasures in the new towns she called home...
Reimagining the Bartram Trail Twelve photographers follow in the footsteps of William Bartram to explore and visually reimagine a well-traveled landscape teeming with life.
Since 2019, Longenecker and his students have been heavily involved with Healthier Together Georgia, a program run by the UGA Extension to improve health and wellness in communities with limited access to healthy foods and active routes such as bike lanes or sidewalks.