Landscape Architecture

CAHNRS Coug Connections: Spencer Seeberger

Each week, we showcase one of our CAHNRS Ambassadors, a student leadership organization that encourages students to pursue higher education and serves as a liaison between the college and the greater community. This week, we’re featuring Spencer Seeberger, a senior from Graham, Wash. What are you studying? I’m majoring in Landscape Architecture, with a minor in Zoology. Why did you choose […]

Formal portrait picture of Spencer Seeberger

Design students bridge disparate Spokane neighborhoods

SPOKANE, Wash. – On one side of a knot of overpasses and railroads is Spokane’s thriving University District. On the other is the East Central neighborhood, where 63 percent of residents live at or below the poverty line and fewer than one in three own their homes. Using smart design and technology, students at Washington […]

A pillared East Central underpass could become a connecting pathway, said WSU instructor Steve Austin, right. His students are finding ways to link Spokane neighborhoods as a class project.

Building legacies: Inaugural open house looks at landscape architecture pioneer Tom Berger

At schools and universities, flagship stores, offices and parks across the Pacific Northwest, landscape architect Tom Berger pioneered ways to blend the natural and urban worlds. The Washington State University alumnus, who passed away last year, is the focus of “Building Legacies, Designing the Future,” a gallery opening hosted by the WSU School of Design […]

Design students envision resilient futures for Lower Snake River

PULLMAN, Wash. – Landscape architecture and architecture graduate students from Washington State University’s School of Design and Construction will present their visions for the Lewiston, Idaho waterfront and the Lower Snake River Basin Dec. 6-Jan. 31 at Cafe Sage in Lewiston. The free, public exhibit, called “Alternating Currents,” opens with a reception at 6 p.m. Thursday, […]

Landscape architecture students explore human and nonhuman “edges” in upper Columbia bioregion

SPOKANE, Wash. – Washington State University landscape architecture graduate students will show their work at the Lake Roosevelt Forum Conference in Spokane, April 16 and 17. The LRF’s mission is “to establish a dialog based on trust and respect of all views that seek common ways to protect and preserve the quality of environment and […]

WSU, UI Students to Present Work Examining Implications of Industrialization of U.S. Highway 12

MOSCOW, Idaho — WSU and UI graduate students will present videos, design visualizations, and geographical models on the theme of “MEGA: Big Visions for the Clearwater Basin.” The presentation takes place April 25 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the 1912 Center, located at 412 East Third Street in Moscow.