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Marc Miller Featured on ASLA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Hub

Marc Miller, ASLA

Marc Miller, ASLA, teaches landscape architecture at the Pennsylvania State University. As an educator and researcher, he focuses on representations of places and spaces in the future and landscapes in popular culture.

Marc is the President-Elect for the Black Landscape Architects Network (BlackLAN). Established in 2010, BlackLAN is an organization established to support and connect Black landscape architects globally. The organization functions based on three pillars: communication, service, and education. 

Marc is also the inaugural Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Retention for the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA). He seeks to establish a foundation for inclusive design thinking internationally through communication, service, and education. 

As an active member of the ASLA, Marc currently serves on the Committee for Education. In that role, he works with a range of educators, faculty, and affiliated persons on topics related to the profession's future. He is part of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion subcommittee. 

Marc holds degrees in art history, fine arts from Binghamton University; an architecture degree from the University of Virginia; and a degree in landscape architecture from Cornell University -- all of which have come to bear on how he looks at design, people, and the future.

Read more about Miller’s work on ASLA’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Hub.

Learn more about ASLA’s Career Discovery and Diversity efforts.

Please direct questions to Lisa J. Jennings, Manager, Career Discovery and Diversity at diversity@asla.org.

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