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FALL 2019

AUGUST      

CED Faculty Lecture Series

August 28, 4:30 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Brad Davis
Ecological Planting Design: Strategies for Southeastern Landscapes

 

SEPTEMBER

CED Faculty Lecture Series

September 18, 4:30 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Jose Buitrago
Looking Back at Learning from Las Vegas

 

OCTOBER

CED Lecture Series

October 1, Time TBA, UGA Chapel

Irina Bokova (UNESCO, former Director-General)
Preserving Global Cultural Heritage in Times of War and Conflict

This lecture is co-sponsored by the Provost's Office, the Willson Center for Humanities & Art, and the School of Public & International Affairs.

Reception will follow in the Jackson Street Building.

 

October 17, Time TBA, Jackson Street Building 123

CED Lecture Series

Panel Discussion: Historic Preservation and Real Estate Development, Ponce City Market

Panel on Historic Preservation and Real Estate Development focused on the Ponce City Market with Walter Brown, formerly of Jamestown Properties, and Mark McDonald, President of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, and others

 

NOVEMBER

CED Lecture Series

November 13, 4:30 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Jack Carman, FASLA, owner, founder and president of Design for Generations LLC
Universal Design

 

SPRING 2020

 

JANUARY

CED Faculty Lecture Series

January 15, 4:30 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Jack Crowley
The Sustainable University Campus: Experiences from Honduras

 

FEBRUARY

CED Faculty Lecture Series

February 12, 4:30 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Sonia Hirt
American Land Use Regulation in Comparative Perspective

 

MARCH

CED Lecture Series

March 4, 5:00 p.m., Jackson Street Building 123

Philip Juras
Understanding and Preserving Landscapes Through Art

CED alumnus Philip Juras will lecture on understanding and preserving landscapes through art, coinciding with the opening of his exhibition in the Circle Gallery. A reception will follow.

 

APRIL

CED Lecture Series

April 3, Time TBA, UGA Chapel

Adam Gopnik
Reconnecting the Arts and Sciences

Award-winning author and staff writer for "The New Yorker" will lecture on reconnecting the arts and the sciences. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Provost's Office, the Willson Center for Humanities & Arts, the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, and the Lamar Dodd School of Art.

Reception to follow in the Jackson Street Building.

 

April 4, Time TBA, Jackson Street Building 123

CED Lecture Series

Panel Discussion: Native Plants and Sustainable Design

Panelists: Darrel Morrison, former CED dean; Dorinda Dallmeyer, former director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program; Janisse Ray, writer, activist, naturalist, member of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame; and Alfie Vick, director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program. 

 

 


Past Lectures Available in Video

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Restoring the Future: Keith Bowers

2019

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design and the Eleanor Ferguson Vincent fund. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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The New American Garden: The Landscape Architecture of Oehme, van Sweden

2019

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design, the Dan Franklin lecture fund, and The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Panel Discussion on Affordable Housing

2018

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design and the HGOR lecture fund. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Values and Process: The Evolving Work of Nelson Byrd Woltz

2017

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design and the HGOR lecture fund. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Urban Resilience: Stephanie Stuckey

2017

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design and the Eleonor Ferguson Vincent fund. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Cities, Nature and Health: How can biophilic design build human well-being?: Jenny Roe

2017

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design and the Eleonor Ferguson Vincent fund. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Landscape Architecture in the Century of the City: Jack Ahern

2014

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

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Atlanta Beltline: Paul Morris

2014

This video was made possible with financial support from the UGA College of Environment and Design. Opinions and conclusions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the college, the fund, or the University of Georgia. This work should not be reproduced without permission from the presenters.

 



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