ASLA Emerging Professionals Firm-visit Recap
As part of ASLA-NCC’s Emerging Professionals program, a group of approximately 20 students and practitioners visited the Office of Cheryl Barton, FASLA, in San Francisco earlier in the year. Attendees discussed how a small office works on a daily basis; how to balance productivity, scheduling, and career development; and the art of successful proposals and interviews.
Landscape Architecture River Tour
Join the ASLA Southern California Chapter for a landscape architecture river tour. Check site for registration and updated information.
Georgia ASLA Newsletter: LA Letter
The LA Letter is a brand-new publication out now from Georgia ASLA featuring chapter leader messages, advocacy and policy stories, upcoming events, and section updates.
Maryland ASLA has presented its first-ever Award of Excellence to Catherine Mahan, FASLA. Mahan, founder of Mahan Rykiel Associates, Baltimore, was selected by the chapter’s board. They chose her for her tremendous contribution to the landscape architectural profession throughout her entire career.
“She was a model for working women, especially for those in our firm,” says friend and colleague Scott Rykiel, FASLA. “From a small room in a townhouse on Charles Street, she shepherded our firm to become the largest landscape architectural firm in the state.”
Victor Stanley Lecture Series: Elizabeth Mossop, ASLA
May 9, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Elizabeth Mossop is a founding principle of Spackman Mossop + Michaels landscape architects. The practice specializes in the design of public landscapes, parks, urban spaces and infrastructure in Australia and the United States. Join Maryland ASLA for this FREE lecture. RSVP is requested; registration information can be found through MDASLA’s events page.
Ohio ASLA Magazine Update
ASLA’s Ohio Chapter is spreading the message of landscape architecture for National Landscape Architecture Month (NLAM) in the April issue of Ohio Magazine. This year’s focus for NLAM is Career Discovery with a focus on underrepresented minorities.