Category Archives: Landscape Architecture

The (Un) Named Woman

Statues of Un Named Women

There are 25 statues honoring historical figures in New York City’s Central Park. But not a single one of these statues depicts a woman. Landscape architecture graduate student Sydney Shea is investigating the gender gap found in public sculptures in her ongoing research project The (Un)Named Woman.

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Exploring “Seattleness” with Natalie Ross (MLA ’11)

Seattleness, Cultural Atlas

Published in October 2018, Seattleness: A Cultural Atlas explores the nature of place through the lens of Seattle, one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Written by three people, the writers include landscape architecture alumna Natalie Ross (MLA ’11). In this interview, Ross discusses the book and how she drew on her landscape architecture background during the writing process.

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Design Mentor Program Matches Highest Number to Date

2018 Design Mentor Program Kick-Off

The College of Design’s annual Mentor Program matched 303 students with 286 mentors, its highest number of matches to date.

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