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CURRICULUM VITAE C u r r i c u l um Vitae JUDITH R. WASSERMAN Associate Professor College of Environment and Design Interim Coordinator: Master of En...
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CURRICULUM VITAE

C u r r i c u l um Vitae JUDITH R. WASSERMAN Associate Professor College of Environment and Design Interim Coordinator: Master of Environmental Planning and Design Program Coordinator: Diversity Recruitment and Retention Graduate Faculty Environmental Ethics Certificate Program Faculty

EDUCATION 1986 Master of Landscape Architecture 1986 Master of Regional Planning 1980 Bachelor of Arts: Anthropology

Cornell University Cornell University Cornell University

Including: Architecture,Interior and Product Design studios, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Photograpy

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING 2003- Dreamweaver Training, SketchUp, 2008 WebCT training

University of Georgia

2005 Photoshop and Flash courses

Kennesaw State University

1995 AutoCadd summer course

Cornell University

1990 Horticulture Certificate

Arnold Arboretum: Harvard University

1989- Painting 1990

Massachusetts College of Art

ACADEMIC POSITIONS 2004- University of Georgia College of Environment and Design Associate Professor

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1998- University of Georgia 2003 School of Environmental Design Assistant Professor 1991 Arizona State University 1998 School of Planning and Landscape Architecture/ Women’s Studies Program Assistant Professor

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2004- Consultant 2007 EDAW, Inc. Atlanta 3D Digital Media, Writing, Editing 1984- Landscape Design/Urban Planning 1991 Wallace Floyd Associates. Boston, Massachusetts Halvorsen Co., Inc. Boston, Massachusetts TRA Inc.Boston, Massachusetts Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development. Boston, Massachusetts The SWA Group (internship). Boca Raton, Florida. Sausalito, California Land Design (internship). Salt Lake City, Utah Cornell University Facilities Management Department. Ithaca, New York

SCHOLARLY & CREATIVE ACTIVITIES CHAPTERS IN BOOKS **Invited

2007 **Wasserman and Hussey. 2007. “Landscape Modeling”. Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

CHAPTERS EDITED 2006 Edited chapters by the following authors from EDAW,Inc. for: Part 1: PRACTICE OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE/Construction Documentation. Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Alvarez, Leonardo. “01.01. Overview of Construction Documentation” Strychalski, Ray. “01.02. Landscape Surveys”. Hill, Todd. “01.03. Construction Drawing Layout”. Alvarez, Leonardo. “01.04. Drawing Symbols”. Strychalski, Ray. “01.05. Project Manual”. Alvarez, Leonardo. “01.06. Computer Aided Design and Drafting”. Heath, Ellen. “01.07. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)”. Hill, Todd. “01.09. Cost Estimating”. Strychalski, Ray. “01.10. Bidding”. Heath, Ellen. “01.11. Project Management”. Stephens, Brodie, Esq. “01.12. Permits and Regulations”. Harwood, Alan. “01.13. Environmental Review”. Stephens, Brodie. “01.16 Business Administration”. judith

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JOURNAL ARTICLES *Juried/Double blind review **Invited

2009 Wasserman. “Icons Revisited - Dancing Through Halprin’s Portland: The City Dance of Lawrence and Anna Halprin”. Landscape Architecture. January ‘09: pp. 52-59. 2004 *Wasserman. “En Route: The Highway Tour as Altered Reality”. Landscape Review: A Journal of Landscape Architecture. Volume 9(1). 2003 *Wasserman. “Retail or Re-tell?: The Case of the Salem Tercentennial Memorial”. Landscape Journal 22(1): 1-11. 2002 *Wasserman. “Embedding Memory ”. Landscape Journal. 21(1): 190-199. 1999 **Wasserman. “Monuments and the Landscape.” Designer/Builder: A Journal of the Human Environment. VI(8): 11-19. 1998 *Wasserman. ”To Trace the Shifting Sands: Community, Ritual, and the Memorial Landscape.” Landscape Journal 17(1):42-61.

PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS 2009 Published photographs of The City Dance of Lawrence and Anna Halprin. 11 photographs published in Landscape Architecture. January 2009. 1998 Published photograph of Salem Tercentennial Memorial Cover of Designer/Builder: A Journal of the Human Environment. VI(8). 1998 Published photograph of Salem Tercentennial Memorial. Table of Contents. Landscape Journal. 17(1).

FILM AND 3D ANIMATION 2006 Valencia Park. Valencia, Spain For EDAW, Inc. Atlanta Built SketchUp model of large art park in Valencia, Spain. Integrated this into a video production with impressionistic sketches, diagrams and photographs. Part of a marketing effort for EDAW, Inc. 2006 Hartwell Georgia Courthouse Square. Hartwell, Georgia Built SketchUp model of downtown, designed courthouse proposal and square, created animated flythrough sequence, integrated this into video and added text and graphics.

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CONVENTION PAPERS PRESENTED * Published in conference proceedings

2004 “En Route: The Highway Tour as Altered Reality”. Conference of Educator’s in Landscape Architecture. Here or There? The Global and the Local. Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand.June 25-29, 2004. (published in Landscape Review - see JOURNAL ARTICLES) 2001 “Moving Through Place: A Studio Project”. Environmental Design Research Association. Edinburgh, Scotland. 2000 “Choreographing Place”. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference. Guelph,Canada 2000 “Finding Community: Service Learning and the Academy”. With MaryAnne Akers, Leonardo Alvarez and Kweisi Degraft-Hanson. Environmental Design Research Association San Francisco, California. 1999 *”Memory and Place: From Salem, Massachusetts to Oklahoma City and Beyond”. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture and American Society of Landscape Architects Annual Conference. Boston, Massachusetts. 1997 “Finding the Sacred in Urban Places: The Role of the Memorial Landscape”. Making Sacred Places: International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Built Form and Culture Research. College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio. 1997 “Place/Memory: The Salem Memorial to the Accused”. Presented at the Preserving Women’s History through Historic Preservation Bi-Annual Conference. Arizona State University Women’s Studies Program and Department of History. Mesa, Arizona. 1994 *”Women Transitioning – A Feminist Alternative to Public Housing”. International Conference on Public Housing. University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio. 1994 “Mother’s in the Hood/Home in the Berry”. Regions in a Global Context: American Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference. Arizona State University and the Drachman Institute of the University of Arizona. Tempe, Arizona. 1991 “The Culture of Abuse – the Landscape of Renewal”. History and Culture: Council of Educator’s in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference. Mississippi State University. Gulfport, Mississippi. 1991 “Teaching Environmental Ethics in Landscape Architecture Programs”. Design + Values: Council of Educator’s in Landscape Architecture Annual (presented by Dr. Frederick Steiner). University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia. judith

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1991 “Making Room(s): A Proposal to Extend Women’s Livable” Space Governor’s Conference on Affordable Housing Arizona State University. Phoenix, Arizona.

REPORTS 2007 Knowledge Management Study. EDAW, Inc. Knowledge Management study for the purposes of determining information can best be retained by corporate design and planning firms. 2006 Hartwell Georgia Courthouse Square. Hartwell, Georgia Worked with studio’s to develop basic concepts. Wrote, edited and designed graphic layout for planning report. 2005 Highway 41 Heritage Highway Study Supervised a team of students. Organized, wrote and designed final report. 2004 Richard B. Russell Parkway. Warner Robins, Georgia Supervised. Wrote, and designed publication. The Richard B. Russell Parkway study was a funded project. Students examined a new parkway extension, and growth opportunities. 2002 Highway 441 Study Georgia Department of Transportation Supervisor: Planning Report Designed publication, wrote sections, edited chapters by other contributors, supervised report development won Georgia State Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award (see HONORS AND AWARDS). 2001 Downtown Master Plan for Bogart, Georgia Academic Advisor: Supervised student publication to locate a rail station and downtown center in Bogart, Georgia 1989 Environmental Impact Report for Spectacle Island Central Artery/ Third Harbor Tunnel. The Massachusetts Department of Public Works. Wallace Floyd Associates. Boston, Massachusetts 1988 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Campus Master Plan Wallace Floyd Associates. Boston, Massachusetts 1987 Boston Open Space Study The Halvorsen Co., Inc. Boston, Massachusetts Team Member: Contributions included research on urban wilds for Boston Open Space study 1985 Campus Planning, Master Plan Development Cornell University Facilities Management Department. Ithaca, New York Team Member: Contributions included map creation and graphic layout judith

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INVITED PRESENTATIONS 2009 Memphis Regional Design Center. Memphis, Tennessee. “Using Digital Media Visualization Tools to Foster Public Discussion of Desired Urban Futures” 2009 Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning. School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. University of Memphis. “Invigorating Urban Spaces Through Inter-Arts Collaboration: Mobilizing Artists, Designers and Planners to Transform America’s Public Realm.” 2007 School of Environmental Design Lecture Series. College of Environment and Design. University of Georgia. “The Art of Relationship and Digital Media: Gordon Cullen’s Message for Urban Animator’s” 2003 Landscape Architecture Colloquium. University of Georgia. College of Environment and Design. Public Service and Outreach Program. “Culture and Place in Environmental Design” 2002 Landscape Architecture Colloquium. University of Georgia. College of Environment and Design. Public Service and Outreach Program. “Environmental Design & Human Psychology” 2001 American Society of Landscape Architects: Northeast Chapter. “Landscape Architecture History”

BOOK REVIEW 1998 Wasserman. Architecture of Fear. Ellin, Nan, Editor. 1997. Princeton University Press. In Landscape and Urban Planning: An International Journal of Landscape Ecology, Landscape Planning and Landscape Design 40(1998) 309-327.

PUBLISHED DESIGN 2001 Wasserman and Methvin. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Competition. Georgia Landscape. School of Environmental Design. University of Georgia.

PUBLISHED STUDENT DESIGNS 2002 David Michael Sparrow: Logo for Southworks Arts Festival. September 11, 2002. In LAND 2010. In Athens Banner-Herald. 2002 Angela Manning: Little Red Riding Hood garden. In LAND 2010. Georgia Landscape. School of Environmental Design. University of Georgia.

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NEWSPAPER ARTICLE 1992 Wasserman, Judith. February 28, 1992. “Anything Goes in a “Typical” Phoenix Yard.” In The Phoenix Gazette.

NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS 2002 Dobbins, Laura. September 4, 2002’ “Winning Proposal to Fill 5 – Acre Lot”. In Arizona Republic. 2002 Horton, Melanie. September 11, 2002. “Sept. 11, 2002: America Looks Ahead: Rebuilding the Towers Begins”. In The Red & Black.

HONORS 2004 American Society of Landscape Architects Annual Awards: Georgia Chapter Honor Award The 441 Highway Corridor Study. With Brian Lahaie, Henry Parker, Liz Kramer and a team of graduate and undergraduate students

COMPETITIONS 2000 The Martin Luther King Memorial Competition. With Hank Methvin. Washington D.C. 1991 The New England Holocaust Memorial Design Competition. Boston, Massachusetts. 1986 The Kent State Memorial Competition. With David Schnee. Kent, Ohio. 1985 The Houston Sesquicentennial Competition. With Tom Johnson and LARCH 600 at Cornell University. Houston, Texas. 1985

Winner. Cornell University Photography Competition Cornell University. Ithaca, New York.

1983 Copley Square Design Competition. Boston, Massachusetts. 1982 Winner. Graphic Image and Logo Competition Contemporary Trends. Ithaca, New York

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STUDENT COMPETITION WINNERS 2008 College of Environment and Design Senior Project Award. Honorable Mention: William David Dozier. Redesign of 47 Legare Street: Integrating Modern Lifestyles Into an Historic Garden Josie Fulmer. Bear Hollow Nature Trail. 2007 College of Environment and Design Senior Project Award. Second Place: Mike Convery. Rockeby Farms Honorable Mention: Matthew Friesen. Emory University Campus Revitalization 2003 “You, Me and the Bus” Bus shelter competion, Athens, Georgia Honorable Mention: Kyle Burgamy

EXHIBITIONS DESIGN 2008 Landscape Architecture in Process: Student Work from the University of Georgia with Andrew Fox, Georgia Harrison, Cecile Martin, David Spooner Athens Academy. Athens, Georgia. Contributed and installed exhibit of University of Georgia student work for local highschool to learn about the profession. 2008 Standing Ovation – The Best Senior Projects of 2007 Circle Gallery. College of Environment and Design. University of Georgia. Organized, designed and installed an exhibit of the Senior Project Competition winners. 2003 Exhibition Design: The 441 Project Circle Gallery. School of Environmental Design. University of Georgia. Facilitated the design and installation of an exhibit displaying the results of the US 441 corridor planning project. 2001 University of Georgia Faculty Exhibition. ”The Martin Luther King Memorial” with Hank Methvin.

FUNDED RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES: GRANTS RECEIVED 2008 Integrative Arts as Tool for Urban Design: The Halprin Portland Work in Film Principal Investigator Willson Center For Arts and Humanities $4000 judith

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2008 Richard Louv and Nature Deficit Disorder Co-principal Investigator with Andrew Fox, Eric McDonald, Alfie Vick Willson Center for Humanities and Arts Distinquished Speaker $2,000 2006 Co-principal Investigator with Mike Hussey Collaborative Instruction Grant Center for Humanities and Arts DRAM 5810/7810. Computer Animation for Dramatic Media I $3,465 2001 Principal Investigator The University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. “The Halprins: A Dance of Place” University of Georgia $2,000 2000 Principal Investigator The University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. “Choreographing Place” University of Georgia $1,920 1998 Principal Investigator The Graham Foundation “Memorial as Interruption: The Case of the Salem Tercentennial Memorial” $5,000 1997 Principal Investigator Women’s Studies Summer Research Award “Memorial and Place in Salem, Massachusetts” Arizona State University $1,500 1997 Principal Investigator Women’s Studies Summer Research Award “Women and Nature: A New Landscape Paradigm” Arizona State University $1,500 1996 Principal Investigator Herberger Center for Design Excellence “An Interpretation of the Salem Witch Trials Tercentenary Memorial” Arizona State University $300 1995 Principal Investigator Women’s Studies Grant “An Interpretation of the Salem Witch Trials Tercentenary Memorial” Arizona State University $500 judith

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1994 Principal Investigator Faculty Grant in Aid (FGIA) “Mending Broken Homes: A Study of the Elizabeth Stone House” $5,500 1994 Principal Investigator Women’s Studies Summer Research Award “Mother’s in the Hood: Feminist Style” Arizona State University $2,000 1994 Principal Investigator Women’s Studies Grant “Theatre’s of De-colonization” Arizona State University $500

RECOGNITION 1999 Member. Honor Society of Sigma Lambda Alpha National Honor Society of Landscape Architecture 1994 Awarded. Certificate of Appreciation Arizona Shelter Services and Arizona Housing, Inc. 1986 Member. Honor Society of Sigma Phi National Honor Society of Horticulture 1984 Awarded. The SWA Group Summer Scholarship The SWA Group. Sausalito, California and Boca Raton, Florida 1977 Awarded. Martha Graham Summer Dance Scholarship The Martha Graham Dance Company. New York, New York 1976 Awarded. New York State Regents Scholar New York State Board of Regents. Albany, New York

EDITORSHIP AND SCHOLARSHIP SERVICE CREATIVE REVIEW 1995 Designing Public Consensus: The Civic Theater of Community Participation for Architects, Landscape Architects, Planners, and Urban Designers. Faga, Barbara. Creative review team member to critique Faga’s book for EDAW, Inc.

PAPER REVIEW 2003 Reviewer Journal of Planning, Education and Research judith

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2000 Reviewer Landscape Journal 2000 Reviewer Environmental Design Research Association Conference Proceedings 1998 Reviewer Landscape Journal 1996 Reviewer Journal of Planning, Education and Research 1993 Reviewer Journal of Planning, Education and Research.

ABSTRACT REVIEW 2008 Reviewer Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference. 2003 Reviewer Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference. 2000 Reviewer Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES COURSES: UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA EDES 4650: City Planning The study of urban places. Planning processes and regulatory tools and techniques used by urban communities to achieve community goals and objectives.

LAND 1500. Introduction to Environmental Design The built environment and its effects on natural systems. Focus is on the design of the built environment as an ongoing activity integrating ecological, social, and cultural values. Topics include land use patterns and policies, development and resource management, community design issues, and strategies for improving environmental integrity and quality of life.

LAND 2210/2220. Design Communications I and II. Basic techniques, concepts and tools for developing landscape architecture students.

LAND 4060. Landscape Architecture Design Studio VI Urban design and architecture. Projects will be developed through a variety of scales to a design development level. The relationship between landscape architectur e,architecture, and urban design.

LAND 4060. Landscape Architecture Design Studio VI Urban design and architecture construction. A studio companion to LAND4060. The course examines the relationship of design construction technique to general urban design principals. judith r. wasserman -11curriculum vitae

LAND 4250. Computer Graphics and Portfolio Development The use of digital data and computer software for image acquisistion, image processing, graphics and desktop publishing as they apply to environmental design projects. Investigates graphic design principals such as color,layout and typography to create a unique portfolio.

LAND 4560. Urban Design and Architecture: Ideas and Theories Urban design and architecture including analysis of various theories used as a framework for the development of architectural and urban form.

LAND 4900. Senior Projects A comprehensive design or research project in which the student is able to demonstrate the proficiency acquired in the professional program of study.

EDES 6650: City Planning The study of urban places. Planning processes and regulatory tools and techniques used by urban communities to achieve community goals and objectives.

LAND 6520. Ideas of the Garden (2 week module) LAND 6530. Ideas of Nature Idea of nature as a cultural construct through which different cultural groups have expressed their understanding of the world and of human history from ancient times to the present.

LAND 6540. Ideas of Community and Place (3 week module) LAND 7050. Design and Meaning Studio A design studio in conjunction with theory class looking at meaning and value of placemaking.

LAND 7550. Values in Environmental Design The societal values that attach cultural significance to some places but not others and the forms (scientific, literary, artistic) through which these judgments are promulgated or subverted. A companion course to LAND 7050.

DRAM 5810/7810. Computer Animation for Dramatic Media I Team taught with Mike Hussey. Special section incorporating ideas of landscape architecture to the medium. Computer animation in television, film, and theatre from the perspective of the director/animator. The hardware and software necessary to create computer animation is accompanied by the principles of kinetics and narrative story-telling in a visual medium.

COURSES: ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY PLA PLA PLA PLA PLA

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SUPERVISION OF STUDENT RESEARCH MASTER THESIS: UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA 2008 Major Professor Feng, Zheng. Planning and Design an Active Living Community. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2008 Major Professor Kirsche, Kevin. Sustainable Design for the University of Georgia Campus. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2008 Major Professor Sniff, Danny. Sustainable Campus Design Practices. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2007 Major Professor Turner, Daphne. Hospice Healing Landscapes. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2005 Major Professor Hoffman, Laura. 2006. Community Impact on Post 9/11 Urban Planning in Lower Manhattan. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2003 Major Professor Gibney, Tom. Commemorating A Painful Past: Memorials and the Moore’s Ford Lynching. Master of Landscape Architecture. With distinction. 2003 Committee Member Ivey, Melissa Leigh. Preserving Ether: The Birthplace of the Internet and the Interpretation of Information Age Technology. Master of Historic Preservation. 2003 Committee Member Straehla, Laura. National Heritage Areas in the United States: Patnerships, Preservation, Conservation, and Economic Development. Master of Historic Preservation. 2003 Major Professor Lipscomb, Micah. Landscapes of Revelation: An Inquiry into Surrealism in the Landscape. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2002 Major Professor Gaffney, Meg. Art in the Public Landscape: Designing a Setting for Community Interaction. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2002 Major Professor Moore, Amy. A Pattern Language in Ghana. Master of Landscape Architecture. judith

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2002 Committee Chair Scalera, Marisa. You’re on Stage at Disney World: An Analysis of Main Street, USA In the Magic Kingdom. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2002 Committee Chair Riley, Anne. Reflections on Gardens and Well Being. Master of Landscape Architecture. 2002 Committee Member McDaniel, Matthew F. K. Georgia’s Forgotten Battlefields: A Survey of and Recommendations for Selected Revolutionary War Battlefields and Sites in the State. Master of Historic Preservation. 2000 Committee Member Marshall, Susan H. Women in Historic Preservation: Their Historic Role and Influence on the Profession. Master of Historic Preservation. 2000 Committee Member Beaty, John M. Secondary Fermentation: The Adaptive Use of American Breweries Built Between 1865 and 1919. Master of Historic Preservation. 1999 Committee Chair Horn, Jennifer Gallagher. Place and Placelessness in American Roadside Landscapes. Master of Landscape Architecture. 1999 Major Professor Weiss, Paige. From Selma to Montgomery: Preserving the Civil Rights Movement. Master of Historic Preservation. 1998 Committee Member Young, Kelly. Preservation Problems in Aggregate Open Air Village Museums. Master of Historic Preservation.

MASTER THESIS: ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY 1998 Thesis Advisor Ahmedali, Fawzia. Co-Housing and Social Change. Master of Architecture. 1998 Thesis Advisor Herbert, Leigh. Breaking Cultural Boundaries Through Architecture. Master of Architecture. 1996 Thesis Advisor Hiserodt, Lisa. Under Construction: A Work in Progress. Master of Architecure. 1996 Reading Committee Lebiednik, Sarah. Public Perceptions of Environmental Equity: A Case Study of South Phoenix. Master of Environmental Planning.

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1996 Reading Committee Sugiyama, Ungo Lynn. The Place Making in Little Tokyo: A Cultural and Historical Appraisal of the Urban Landscape. Master of Environmental Planning. Awarded: Best thesis in the School of Planning and Landscape Architecture for 1996 1995 Thesis Advisor Guiyome, Maria. Design of Farm-Worker Housing. Master of Architecture. 1995 Thesis Advisor Combs, Russell. A New Student Bank for Arizona State University: Exploration Into the Effect of Contemporary Cultural Images on Banking Architecture. Master of Architecture. 1993 Major Professor Meilke, Judy. The Integral Role of Native Plants in Planned Landscape in the Desert Southwest and Adjacent Mexico. Master of Environmental Planning. Published: Meilke, Judy. 1993. Native Plants for Southwestern Landscapes. Austin: University of Texas Press. 1992 Thesis Advisor Dell, Terri. Designing a Blues Bar in Chicago, Illinois. Master of Architecture.

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION APPOINTMENT 1996- Appointed. Tempe Historic Preservation Commission. Tempe, 1998 Arizona. Planning Committee, design Review Committee, participated in the development of the first historic preservation plan for the City of Tempe

CHARETTE PARTICIPATION 2005 Participant Tybee Island Charrette Office of Public Service and Outreach, School of Environmental Design, University of Georgia 2004 Instructor and Facilitator In conjunction with the Office of Public Service and Outreach, School of Environmental Design, University of Georgia. Worked with class on charette in Warner Robins, Georgia to define an entry sequence to the city. 1997 Organizer and facilitator Sustainable Neighborhood Design for the Desert: Phoenix Arizona Sponsorship: Environmental Protection Agency

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1992 Participant Urban Village Charette: Phoenix, Arizona Sponsorship: Arizona Valley Forward 1991 Participant Guadalupe Charette: Guadalupe, Arizona Sponsorship: American Institute of Architects Worked with Yaqui community members and students from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design to create design guidelines for their neighborhood

COMMUNITY PROJECTS AND SERVICE LEARNING 2006 Downtown Courthouse Square for Hartwell, Georgia Client: Hartwell, Georgia Scope of Project: Design alternatives for downtown. Project Status: Report complete (see REPORTS) 2005 Master Plan, Barbeque Pit and Roof Structure for African-American Community Church Client: The Light Church and St. James Church Scope of Project: Design/build project with students in construction studio to create a master plan for the church, and design and build a large barbeque structure for the church in low-income African-American community. Worked with church leaders and community members. Project Status: Heavily used for community events 2005 Highway 41 Heritage Highway Study Client: Highway 41 Heritage Highway Scope of Project: Examine historic, cultural and natural features along the historic highway corridor to make recommendations for tourism. Project Status: Report complete (see REPORTS) 2004 Richard B. Russell Parkway. Warner Robins, Georgia Client: Warner Robins, Georgia Scope of Project: Define entry sequence into Warner Robins, Georgia Project Status: Report complete (see REPORTS) 2002 Highway Georgia Client: Project

441 Study Department of Transportation 441 Heritage Highway Status: Project Complete (see REPORTS and Honors)

2001 Downtown Master Plan for Bogart, Georgia Client: Bogart, Georgia Project Status: Project complete, community presentation (see REPORTS)

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1999 Baxter Street Client: City of Athens, Georgia Project Status: Project complete, community presentation 1997 A Community Park for North Scottsdale Client: Scottsdale Ranch Community Project Status: Park installed (see NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS with Dobbins) 1997 Palm Garden for Arizona State University Client: Arizona State University 1997 Downtown Tempe Civic Plaza Client: City of Tempe 1996 The CAED Courtyard Client: The College of Architecture and Environmental Design 1996 The Horace Steele Commons Client: Central Arizona Shelter Services 1996 The Elsie McCarthy Sensory Garden Client: City of Glendale 1996 Children’s Creative Play Environment Client: Tempe Children’s Center 1996 Farm Worker Housing Client: Interagency Farm Worker Council 1995 Environmentally Sustainable Parking Lot Client: Gentle Strength Food Co-op 1995 Children’s Educational Interactive Design for Phoenix Children’s Zoo Client: Phoenix Zoo 1993 Campus Master Plan Client: Arizona State University East Campus 1992 Arizona Trails Exhibit Client: Phoenix Zoo

1991 Housing for Mesa Client: Housing for Mesa

ACADEMIC SERVICE NATIONAL 2001- Council of Educator’s in Landscape Architecture 2004 South East Regional Representative: Region 6 judith

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COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN 2008- Interim Coordinator present Master of Environmental Planning and Design Program 2008- Coordinator Diversity Recruitment and Retention College of Environment and Design

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2008 Member Master of Landscape Architecture Conceptual Curriculum Committee 2008 Member College of Environment and Design Strategic Planning Committee 2008 Member ASLA Master of Landscape Architecture Honor Award and Merit Jury 2008- Member 2001 3 Faculty Search Committees 2007- Chair 2008 College of Environment and Design Lecture Series 2007 Founder and Chair Senior Projects Awards 2003 Member Peer Review of Teaching Committee 2003- Member 2004 Grievance Committee 1999- Member 2000 Grievance Committee 1999- Member 2001 ASLA Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Honor Award and Merit Jury 1999- Member 2001 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Student Affairs 1998- Member Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Faculty Council

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1998- Member present History and Theory Teaching Circle

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