July marked the end of an 8-year fundraising campaign that wildly exceeded fundraising goals for the CED and UGA as a whole.
As one of the most highly respected scholars in geodesign, Orland brought incredible intellectual rigor and ambition to the CED. He successfully mentored many students and faculty, while continued his own very strong research trajectory.
In preparation for UGA's return to campus this fall, UGA administration is holding an informational webinar to answer questions regarding UGA's preparations to promote the health and safety of all on campus.
The CED is proud to announce that its first PhD candidate, Leslie Palacios, has graduated. Palacios' work focuses on the history of studio-based curricula.
How do you lead a plant ID class online?
As UGA prepares to welcome students back this fall, the CED staff have been hard at work preparing our part of campus to create a healthy and safe instructional environment.
This fall semester, the College of Environment and Design will be experiencing a change of leadership. Ashley Steffens, longtime faculty and alumna of the CED, will take over the role of Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
People's Park, created in the 1970s, is now a "naturalized space" on campus which highlights the ever-changing relationship between the UGA community and the citizens of Athens, and the important role that urban open spaces play in both symbolizing and advancing social equity and justice.
A recap of Design Camp, CED's summer event for rising high school seniors interested in landscape architecture.
The new Classics AB/Historic Preservation MHP Double Dawgs program is an excellent pathway for students interested in the architecture of the built environment, history, and preservation and opens the gateway to various PhD programs in the humanities.