UW LA faculty member Nancy Rottle has been elevated as a fellow in the American Society of Landscape Architects. Her nomination in the Knowledge category recognizes her accomplishments as a researcher and educator. Nancy joins 32 other landscape architects just elevated to the Council of Fellows for 2014. Congratulations Nancy!
ASLA Announcement can be found here.
Nancy Rottle, of the Green Futures Research and Design Lab and the University of Washington, received her nomination, in Knowledge, from the Washington Chapter. As a landscape architect and educator, she has focused on how to generate, test, and share knowledge to elevate the appreciation and stewardship of the environment. Her accomplishments derive from her ability to mine planning and design projects to fuel her insightful body of research and numerous publications. She has inspired many in scores of presentations and lectures in the U.S. and abroad. She is a skilled practitioner, an inspiring teacher, and an inspired researcher who advances the theory and practice of landscape architecture in all she does. Her BA in Education is from Fairhaven College and BLA and MLA from the University of Oregon.