Huskies, do you know how youre voting this year? If you live in Washington, your ballot should have arrived. πŸ—³οΈ

Make your plan to vote: https://studentvote.org/voting-resources/

Huskies, do you know how you're voting this year? If you live in Washington, your ballot should have arrived. πŸ—³οΈ

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2 days ago

Incoming LA students took a moment to explore and record Seattle’s beauty during Design Prep Week - online this year! We’re super thankful they’ve joined our team and shared their work with us from near and far - we now have these whimsical drawings to comfort us during the rainy season! :) 
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1. Yuting Cai
2. Alondra Garcia 
3. Eve Wang
4. Seyyada Burney 
5. Jesse Sleamaker
6. Felipe Perez III
7. Amanda Paayola
8. Zachary McBride
9. Renee Li 
10. Leila Jackson

Incoming LA students took a moment to explore and record Seattle’s beauty during Design Prep Week - online this year! We’re super thankful they’ve joined our team and shared their work with us from near and far - we now have these whimsical drawings to comfort us during the rainy season! πŸ™‚
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1. Yuting Cai
2. Alondra Garcia
3. Eve Wang
4. Seyyada Burney
5. Jesse Sleamaker
6. Felipe Perez III
7. Amanda Paayola
8. Zachary McBride
9. Renee Li
10. Leila Jackson
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2 weeks ago

Both maps and films are portals through which to navigate collectively the emotional histories of cities. 

PhD candidate Elizabeth Umbanhowar explores the ways in which maps and film can reveal histories of economic and racial violence in urban landscapes in an article in Places Journal. Read the article: https://placesjournal.org/workshop-article/picturing-grief-3

"Both maps and films are portals through which to navigate collectively the emotional histories of cities."

PhD candidate Elizabeth Umbanhowar explores the ways in which maps and film can reveal histories of economic and racial violence in urban landscapes in an article in Places Journal. Read the article: placesjournal.org/workshop-article/picturing-grief-3 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Congratulations to Dorothy Mulkern (MLA 20) for being selected as one of the 2020–2021 Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellows!!!

Congratulations to Dorothy Mulkern (MLA '20) for being selected as one of the 2020–2021 Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellows!!!We're very pleased to announce that Dorothy Mulkern (graduate of the University of Washington College of Built Environments), Elise Lasky (graduate of the UW School of Marine and Environmental Affairs and the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington), and Emily Buckner and Henry Bell (graduates of SMEA) have all been awarded the Washington Sea Grant Hershman Fellowship! πŸ˜ŽπŸŽ‰ Congratulations, fellows! We can't wait to see what you accomplish. πŸ‘πŸ‘ Click the link to learn more about our fellows and the program: https://wsg.washington.edu/four-uw-graduates-selected-for-the-2020-2021-wsg-hershman-fellows/ ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Thank you!

Congratulations!!

Brava, Dorothy! 🎊

The second edition of Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications comes out this December. 

Read more about the book, edited by our Professor Lynne Manzo, and order a pre-copy here: https://www.routledge.com/Place-Attachment-Advances-in-Theory-Methods-and-Applications/Manzo-Devine-Wright/p/book/9780367223496

The second edition of Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications comes out this December.

Read more about the book, edited by our Professor Lynne Manzo, and order a pre-copy here: www.routledge.com/Place-Attachment-Advances-in-Theory-Methods-and-Applications/Manzo-Devine-Wrigh... ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Check out the Fairy Tales of the City book from our summer studio taught by Mackenzie Waller. In the studio, students explored the social, economic and environmental transformations underway in our cities through visual design and narrative fairy tales. 

Read the book: http://larch.be.uw.edu/fairy-tales-of-the-city/

Check out the Fairy Tales of the City book from our summer studio taught by Mackenzie Waller. In the studio, students explored the social, economic and environmental transformations underway in our cities through visual design and narrative fairy tales.

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1 month ago

Congratulations to Professor Daniel Winterbottom and 2 years of international design/build students for winning the 2020 ASLA Student Community Service Honor Award!

Read more about their award-winning project in Sweden: https://www.asla.org/2020studentawards/1246.html

Congratulations to Professor Daniel Winterbottom and 2 years of international design/build students for winning the 2020 ASLA Student Community Service Honor Award!

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2 months ago

 

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Bravo, Daniel! 🎊

Great job, Daniel!

Congrats Daniel Winterbottom!

After 24 years in our department (and 26 total at UW), JoAnne Edwards is heading off to a well-deserved retirement. JoAnne has been a consistent presence and a wealth of knowledge in supporting so many students and faculty. Thank you from all of us in the Department and congratulations on a much deserved retirement. All the best, JoAnne!

After 24 years in our department (and 26 total at UW), JoAnne Edwards is heading off to a well-deserved retirement. JoAnne has been a consistent presence and a wealth of knowledge in supporting so many students and faculty. Thank you from all of us in the Department and congratulations on a much deserved retirement. All the best, JoAnne! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

 

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Well good for you Joanne! You have been an icon of the department and a wealth of knowledge for so long. You were so helpful to me as I balanced being a new mom while working towards my MLA. Thank you SO much for all you've done for SO many. You will be missed! πŸŽ‰

Happy retirement to JoAnne! She was always so helpful and kind during my days in Gould Hall.

Congratulations, JoAnne! Well deserved πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

Thank you, JoAnne for all of your service and help. You were always a welcoming presence in the office.

Congratulations, JoAnne! πŸŽ‰ Happy retirement. 😍πŸ₯‚πŸŽŠ

Happy retirement JoAnne Edwards! You are the best!

Congrats and Thank you, JoAnne!! πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽ‰

Happy Retirement, JoAnne! πŸŽ‰πŸŒΉ

Thank you JoAnne for your dedication and patience, especially when I was so clueless with which classes I had to take 😁 Enjoy your well deserved retirement!

Congratulations and Happy Retirement JoAnne!

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Join Landscape Architecture Foundation for Findings and Insights from the 2020 Case Study Investigation (CSI) Program this Wednesday, August 5 at 1pm. 

UWs CSI fellows this year are Professor Catherine De Almeida and Leann Andrews (plus student research assistants Jennifer Engelke and Rebecca Bachman)

Register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5291356136507424779

Join Landscape Architecture Foundation for Findings and Insights from the 2020 Case Study Investigation (CSI) Program this Wednesday, August 5 at 1pm.

UW's CSI fellows this year are Professor Catherine De Almeida and Leann Andrews (plus student research assistants Jennifer Engelke and Rebecca Bachman)

Register: register.gotowebinar.com/register/5291356136507424779 ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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