Articles by Melissa Tufts
|Jan. 9 2017||
The Circle Gallery in the UGA College of Environment and Design will feature the photography of Vaughn Sills in the exhibit Places for the Spirit: Traditional African American Gardens Jan. 12-Feb. 28
|Aug. 8 2016||
For Scott Nesbit, the digital humanities ask the same questions as conventional liberal arts pedagogy, but with the added dimension of computers.
|Sep. 28 2015||
Brian Orland, Distinguished Professor of Landscape Architecture and former head of the landscape architecture department at Penn State University, is the Rado Family Foundation/UGA Foundation Professor in Geo Design at the College of Environment and Design.
|Sep. 15 2014||
Students arriving on UGA's campus in the 1970s found a somewhat beleaguered landscape: bare, eroding clay banks along Lumpkin Street, old chairs and beer coolers strewn in Tanyard Branch, poorly defined walkways and little sense of a pedestrian connection between North and South campuses. The landscape needed someone who understood that this is a campus for people in a naturally beautiful Piedmont setting.