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August 1, 2018

Congratulations to APLA Landscape Architecture Prof. Charlene LeBleu  -  she will be serving as the 2018 president for the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA). 

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) selected two case studies designed by Charlene LeBleu and students in the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program at Auburn University for publication on the national Landscape Architecture Foundation Case Study Investigation website. LeBleu, FASLA and associate professor of landscape architecture in Auburn’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction, led both teams. One team examined Samford Park at Toomer’s Corner in Auburn, and the other researched Railroad Park in Birmingham. Both case studies are the first of their kind in Alabama to receive this national honor. Read more

Former Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) Dean Dan Bennett and Architecture Prof. David Hinson will be serving on the City of Auburn, Alabama's newly formed Downtown Design Review Committee.  Read more here

Auburn University Architecture students work to design homes with Habitat for Humanity.

An Office of Sustainability and Campus Stormwater Committee request to design of a campus green infrastructure tour evolves into the development of a board game to re-imagine green infrastructure education created by MLA graduate students led by Charlene M. LeBleu, FASLA, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture. Follow the link to read more

L. Jane Frederick, FAIA, from AIA South Carolina, and Auburn APLA Alumna (BArch '82), was elected 2019 First Vice President/2020 President-elect for the American Institute of Architects at the National Conference held this June 2018.

Profs Christian DaggDavid Hinson, and David Hill are part of a team working to revitalize a Historic Opelika, Alabama Neighborhood. For more, read about it here.

Profs Christian DaggDavid Hinson, and David Hill are part of a team working to revitalize a Historic Opelika Neighborhood. Watch here.

Auburn University's Rural Studio (http://www.ruralstudio.org/) has received a lot of attention in the news the past couple months.  See the following:

The Rural Studio was featrured on Alabama Newscenter online.  Read about it here

Auburn University's Rural Studio students are changing lives; watch the PBS NewsHour special here

Rural Studio featured on Simply Southern TV

Rural Studio in Curbed.com

Read about Auburn University Rural Studio’s 20K Initiative:  The key to affordable home ownership

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