Graphics Workshop and Career Fair

On February 1st the KYASLA Student Chapter sponsored a career fair and EDSA led a graphics workshop in the E.S. Good Barn. These events were attended by all Landscape Architecture students and provided meaningful ways for students to better their graphics skills as well as network with alumni and professionals from around the region and receive feedback on their portfolios. 


LA students win poster competition

A group of four LA students won the undergraduate level poster presentation competition at the University of Kentucky Sustainability Forum on Thursday, December 6th. The students were Justin Bambach, Joseph Browning, Griffin Johnson, and David Toda and their project was called  “Livable Lex: Sustainably Planning Lexington’s Future.” Carolina Segura was their faculty mentor. 

Congratulations to these students!


CEDIK Interns Create Inventory of Downtown Manchester, Kentucky

This summer four multi-disciplinary students are participating in an internship with CEDIK as part of the Downtown Revitalization Project. According to the CEDIK blog, "our community design specialist, Ryan Sandwick, is leading an intern cohort in Manchester, KY. Consisting of 4 multi-disciplinary interns this effort has been specifically tailored for Manchester, where the students will study the city’s built and natural environments to determine the DNA of the downtown.


Landscape Architecture Partners with Agricultural Education for Summer Event

The department of Landscape Architecture was thrilled  to partner with Agricultural Education for a two-day summer event dedicated toward teaching high school Agricultural Educators from across the state about Landscape Architecture. Educators came to Lexington where they met with a variety of professionals and got an up close look at topics relating to plant science and Landscape Architecture.


Charlie Hall's Design Comes to Life

On Tuesday, December 13th, UK students, city officials, representatives from the Southland Association, and others gathered at the intersection of Southland drive and Nicholasville road to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the new sign marking the entrance to the Southland drive corridor. The sign, created by third year Landscape Architecture student Charlie Hall was developed through Professor Ryan Hargrove’s LA 372 class.