The purpose of the Student Chapters shall be to bring students together through organized activities that:
- Are consistent with the purpose and policies of the Society
- Enhance understanding of the Society, the profession, and related disciplines
- Improve skills and knowledge and complement the educational curriculum
- Encourage participation in the programs and activities of the Society, its professional chapters, and other student and student affiliate chapters
ASLA Student Member Benefits:
- A subscription to Landscape Architecture Magazine – a must have publication for both LA students and professionals
- A subscription to LAND Our bi-weekly online newsletter, which is full of interesting news and information
- Access to Member portion of ASLA’s website (www.asla.org). With your ASLA member number you’ll be able to logon to the secured portion of ASLA’s website. Critical information and resources will now be readily accessible any time of the day or night!
- Access to ASLA’s JobLink This is a vital resource for any graduating student seeking employment. Post your résumé for free!
Liaison to Students: Kim Rhodes, ALSA
Carlos Flores, ASLA
Kim Rhodes, ASLA
Pamela Panattoni, ASLA
Steve Lang, ASLA
Stephanie Landregan, ASLA
Almabeth Anderson, ASLA
Cal Poly Pomona
The Department, located in southern California, with the presence of coastal, mountain, and desert terrain, and in the context of one of the major metropolitan centers of the world, offers our students a unique learning opportunity. We invite you to learn more about our undergraduate and graduate programs.
Interim Department Chair: Andrew O. Wilcox
Associate Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture
Student Chapter President: Rosalina Arteaga (3rd year)
Other Student Officers:
Vice President, Jacob Ovadia (2nd year)
Secretary, Amy Chen (4th year)
Treasurer, Ebony Westfield (2nd year)
Events Coordinator, Gustavo Coronilla (4th year) and Melissa Johnson(4th year)
Historian & Webmaster: Kara Boloin (2nd year)
Promotions: Shelby Herbel (4th year), Alvin Alvarez (4th year), and Hyunji Kim (4th year)
Executive Assistant: Itavi Miguel (2nd year)
ENV Representatives: Eddy Gonzalez (2nd year) and Nayon Kim (3rd year)
Upcoming Cal Poly Pomona EventsThere are no upcoming events at this time.
Cal Poly Pomona News
Merit Awards: Jingwei Zhou Hyun Ji Kim Galina Novikova Ernesto Gonzalez Honor Awards: Pablo Hinojosa Justin Devesta Nermeen Aboudawood Bessy Barahona
We want to congratulate the 2017 Student Honor and Merit Award Winners who were awarded on Saturday May 27 at the 60th Anniversary of Cal Poly Pomona. Amanda Camille Flores [...]
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Architecture of the landscape, at every scale: small, large or regional, is a profound and important human experience, and to put all of its elements together in a harmonious and sustainable way requires a thorough understanding of the natural systems, technical knowledge of the infrastructure, astute planning, communication skills, artistic acumen, and poetic sense.
It needs a careful orchestration of teaching skills and scholarship to provide quality education for this challenging field, and we at Cal Poly have the national reputation for it. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo faculty is deeply committed to bringing this to a higher level of perfection. There is no better landscape setting than San Luis Obispo to study landscape architecture. Also, we are only three hours away from two of the major urban corridors of the world: San Francisco Bay Area.
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Cal Poly San Luis Obispo News
Congratulations to our ASLA Honor and Merit Award Recipients from Cal Poly SLO who were honored on June 9. Honor Awards Juliana Welch Ryan McKay Rudy Perez Merit Awards Molie [...]
Congratulations to our 2017 ASLA Student Honor and Merit Award Recipients: Honor Awards: Juliana Welch Ryan McKay Rodolfo Perez Jr. Merit Awards: Jolie Leung Nicholas A. Crump Justin Dean Jore [...]
UCLA Extensions Landscape Architecture Program has been around for 34 years. It is one of only two evening programs in the United States. The primary goal for the Landscape Architecture Certificate program is to provide an opportunity for individuals with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree to pursue a rigorous program of part-time study that prepares them to enter the field of landscape architecture, incorporating the highest standards of professional practice. The program particularly serves career-change students seeking to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming landscape architecture professionals.
Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, LEED BD+D, RLA
Landscape Architecture Program Director
Horticulture and Gardening Program Director
Student Chapter President: Doug Short
Other Student Officers:
Vice President: Regina de Freitas
Director of Communications: Elaine Roark
Treasurer: Jonathan Vu
Director of Professional Outreach: Sean Carter
UCLA Extension Program News
Start your Landscape Architecture path at our Woodland Hills Campus. Enroll in "Introduction to the Landscape Design Professions" course beginning the evening of April 5 HERE
Merit Award Ron Ruiz:“outstanding presentation skills, graphics were very well organized, nice treatment in both designs, and ery good response to the program”. Alexis SantaRomana: “excellent verbal skills and critical [...]
The USC Landscape Architecture + Urbanism program develops real-world issues, formulates and re-formulates problems, explores and proposes operative strategies and becomes part of the discourse with stakeholders and cities. The resistive capacity of the landscape to the ever-globalizing, homogenization of territories is created as a means to shape possible futures for parks, neighborhoods, city districts and the larger stewardship of the landscape.
USC’s programs draw their inspiration from the, energy and dynamism of Los Angeles itself, a complex, blend of urban life and cultural diversity. Blessed with a mild climate, yet at risk from earthquakes and other natural or, manmade disasters, LA is a city that has learned to take, environmental and ecological questions seriously. Above all, Los Angeles is a highly original, experimental city that, consistently challenges preconceptions and serves as an, incubator for new ideas and practices.
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USC News & Events
USC's 2017 Student presentations were held on Saturday, April 22. Facilitated by our Liaison to Students, Carlos Flores, juror participants included, Steven Chavez (Juror, SCA-LARC), Samuel Kim (Juror, SQLA, Inc.), [...]