American Society of Landscape Architects

Landscape Architecture is the art and science of analysis, planning, design, management, preservation, and rehabilitation of the land. The scope of the profession includes site planning, garden design, environment restoration, town or urban planning, park and recreation planning, regional planning, and historic preservation. Practitioners share a commitment of achieving a balance between preservation, use, and management of the country’s resources.

The UTA student chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) is the professional organization for students. Its aim is to promote scholarship, science and professional conduct through lectures, seminar projects, competitions and recognition of outstanding leadership among students, faculty, and practitioners. SASLA is also engaged in pro bono work in the region. Membership in SASLA is required for all students in competing for recognition or financial support while in the Program of Landscape Architecture.

 

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Events and Meetings

For events, our first meeting of the semester will be August 31st and all other meetings will be the last Tuesday of each month (except December). Our first planned event is the Parking Day on Friday September 17th. 

 

2021-2022 Officers

President: Lauren Wardwell

Vice President: Melissa Brown

Secretary: Amanda Buss

Treasurer: Avery Deering-Frank

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Taner Ozdil

 

PO Box 19108, Arlington, TX 76019

817-272-2801