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...
The College of Environment and Design hosted the annual Landscape Architecture Short Course at the Classic Center in Athens, Georgia on February 1-2, 2023. The short course had over 100 virtual and in-person attendees with 12 corporate sponsors. Educational sessions covered a wide range of topics, such as ecoregional green roofs, supply chain disruptions, and preserving historic sites.
Daniel Kletzing is currently a lecturer at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo. He has worked in a variety of roles across the country, all while maintaining his dedication to use his skills for the greater good. Daniel generously shared with us how CED professors impact his pedagogy, the moment he knew he wanted to be an educator, his current work with Indigenous communities, and what keeps him inspired through it all!
CED alum, Kelly Holdbrooks (MLA '12), strives to preserve threatened species in the Appalachian region where this year's Capitol Christmas Tree was harvested.
Bulldog 100 celebrates the top 100 fastest-growing organizations owned or operated by UGA alumni. This year, five College of Environment and Design alumni have had their businesses recognized for their achievements.
UGAToday recently covered the Railroad Street Park project in Hart County which was designed by Elizabeth Crimmins (MLA '22).
Dean's Advisory Council members Bob Hughes (BLA '77) and Ed Castro (BLA '88) received high honors from ASLA and UGA this June.
CED alum English Hinton (MHP '20) improves daily life for Georgia families through caring renovation and accessibility modification.
ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: Mario Cambardella establishes ServeScape, an online plant nursery and design studio serving the Atlanta and Athens areas
When Mario Cambardella (BLA '06, MEPD '11, MLA '13) was operating his small design build firm back in 2012, he wished there was a way to easily order locally grown plant material for on-site delivery. It was then that he came up with the initial concept for ServeScape - an online marketplace for plants sourced directly from local farmers and wholesalers.
Once again, CED graduates were among the "Bulldog 100." Bulldog 100 celebrates the top 100 fastest-growing organizations owned or operated by UGA alumni.