ASLA Elevates 35 Members to Council of Fellows


 WASHINGTON, DC, July 22, 2003—The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) will induct 35 new members into the Council of Fellows during the ASLA Annual Meeting, October 30-November 3, in New Orleans.

The Council of Fellows is comprised of more than 600 landscape architects recognized by their peers for outstanding accomplishments in works of landscape architecture, administrative leadership, knowledge, and service to the profession. Fellows may use the designation “FASLA” following their name to signify membership in the ASLA Council of Fellows.

Russell Y. J. Chung, Honolulu, HI
Jack R. Cochran, New Orleans, LA
Donald L. Collins, Clemson, SC
Max Z. Conrad, Baton Rouge, LA
James Matthew Evans, Washington, DC
Charles Albert Flink, Durham, NC
Ellin Goetz , Naples, FL
Robert Gorman, Columbia, MD
J. Patrick Graham, IV, Annapolis, MD
James W. Gray, Jr., Spring Branch, TX
Karen C. Hanna, Logan, UT
Glendon M. Herbert, Jr., Edgewater, FL
Randolph T. Hester, Berkeley, CA
Mary V. Hughes, Charlottesville, VA
David R. Jensen, Denver, CO
Earl R. Littlejohn, Hot Springs, AR
Mark E. McFarland, Tulsa, OK
Elizabeth K. Meyer, Charlottesville, VA
Margaret Ann Mullins, Denver, CO
James F. Palmer, Essex Junction, VT
Gerald Phillip Pearson, Arcadia, CA
Geoffrey Lew Rausch, Pittsburgh, PA
John Paul Ribes, Naples, FL
Amy L. Schneckenburger, Mariposa, CA
Richard William Shaw, Aspen, CO
Achva Benzinberg Stein, Raleigh, NC
Doris M. Sullivan, Minneapolis, MN
Lolly Tai, Ambler, PA
D. Rodney Tapp, Pomona, CA
Christine Elizabeth Ten Eyck, Phoenix, AZ
Suzanne Louise Turner, Baton Rouge, LA
Larry D. Walling, Denver, CO
Larry T. Wilson, Iowa City, IA
William P. Winslow, III, Manhattan, KS
Jack W. Zunino, Las Vegas, NV

Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association for landscape architects, representing more than 13,500 members. Landscape architecture is a comprehensive discipline of land analysis, planning, design, management, preservation, and rehabilitation. ASLA promotes the landscape architecture profession and advances the practice through advocacy, education, communication, and fellowship.


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