Student Collaboration Category
Recognizes: collaborative work by landscape architecture
students with students from allied and complementary disciplines,
including those in other design fields, business, and the natural
and social sciences.
Typical entries include: projects that meet the criteria
within the categories of General Design, Residential Design, Analysis
& Planning, Research, and Communications, brought about through
collaborative effort with students from allied and complementary
disciplines, including other design fields, business, and the natural
and social sciences.
Criteria: Projects submitted in this category must be team
projects and must have at least one landscape architecture student
as part of the team.
Recognition: The Student Awards jury may each select one
Award of Excellence and any number of Honor Awards.
Student Collaboration Award Rules and Entry Instructions
- Projects submitted in this category must be student team projects
and must have at least one landscape architecture student as part
of the team.
- Projects must meet the criteria within the categories of General
Design, Residential Design, Analysis & Planning, Research,
and Communications, brought about through collaborative effort
with students from allied and complementary disciplines, including
other design fields, business, and the natural and social sciences.
Student Collaboration Award Entry Instructions
- All submission materials must fit into the official entry binder
provided by ASLA. The binder contains 24 views in 8.5” x
11” format. The jury will not consider any items that are
oversized or behind other items. Additional material not included
in the binder views will be discarded.
- Entries in this category must conceal the identities of the
school and the students responsible for the project. This information
should be listed on the Identification and Credit Form for the
- Entrants are responsible for clearing photographs with photographers
for publication and reproduction by ASLA. ASLA will provide proper
photography credit when using photos, but will not assume responsibility
for any copyrights or photography fees.
- Binder covers may not be altered in any manner.
Entry binders must contain the following items:
- Descriptive Data Summary: Complete
the form for the category under which the team is submitting:
Mark the "Student Collaborative Team" choice. Place
the pages so that they show as the first views of the Entry Binder.
- Drawings and Photographs:
Descriptions of Drawings and Photographs:
On a separate, one-page, typed sheet, please provide one or two
sentences describing each drawing and photo. Place the sheet in
the view immediately following the photos in the Entry Binder.
Concealed Identification and Credit Form:
Complete the Student Collaboration Concealed Identification and
Credit Form for the category under which the team is submitting
and attach to the front cover of the Entry Binder with a paperclip
(please do not staple).
Copy of Submission on CD-ROM [required]:
- Please submit at least five (5), but
no more than fifteen (15), total drawings and/or photographs,
in both hard copy and electronically on a CD-ROM (see details
- Hard copy drawings and photographs
must be 8” x 10” in either landscape or portrait
format. No collages or smaller format photos will be considered.
To download and edit forms:
- Save all Entry Binder contents on
an IBM-compatible CD-ROM. The Descriptive Data Summary, descriptions
of drawings and photographs, and Concealed Identification and
Credit form should be saved in a word processing application
(such as rich text format, MS Word, WordPerfect, WordPad, etc.).
- Photographs and drawings must be stored
in JPEG format and the dimensions should be 3000 pixels x 2400
pixels, at a minimum of 300 ppi (pixels per inch). Label each
image with your Entry Binder number and the number of the image.
For example, if your entry number is “123,” you
will label your JPEG files as 123-01, 123-02, 123-03, and so
- Please label the CD-ROM jewel case
with your Entry Binder number and secure the CD-ROM in the pocket
inside the front cover of the Entry Binder.
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drive (under a name and place you can easily find);
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