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Landscape Performance at CELA

The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Conference gets underway in Baltimore later this week, running March 26-29.

cela2014This CELA conference is the first to feature a Landscape Performance track with sessions that “explore the impact of landscape projects of various types and scales through the observation and measurement of environmental, economic and social benefits.” A total of 18 presentations and panels will be part of this track.

LAF will present during two Concurrent Sessions, serve as a Research Funding Workshop panelist, host a meet-and-greet for CSI Research Fellows and Landscape Performance Education Grant Recipients, and give updates at the CELA Board Meeting and Administrators Meeting .

Research from and about LAF’s Landscape Performance Series and Case Study Investigation (CSI) program will be part of four sessions:

Concurrent Session 1- Thurs, 8:00-9:30am

Presentations Based on 2012 and 2013 Case Study Investigation (CSI) Research

Presentations:    A ‘Texas Three-Step’ Landscape Performance Research: Learning from Buffalo
                              Bayou Promenade Klyde Warren Park, and UT Dallas Campus Plan
                              Taner Ozdil, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington

                              How Does It Change After One Year? A Comparison of Benefit Composition of
                              LAF’s Published Case Studies in 2011 and 2012
                              Yi Luo, Texas A&M University

                              Park Seventeen Residential Roof Garden: Landscape Performance and
                              Lessons Learned
                              Ming-Han Li, PhD, Texas A&M University

                              Assessing Residential Landscape Performance: Visual and Bioclimatic
                              Analyses through In-Situ Data
                              Bo Yang, PhD Utah State University

Concurrent Session 2 - Thurs, 11:00am-12:30pm

Waterfront Ecologies: Opportunities and Challenges of Assessing Site Performance

Panel with:          Kristina Hill, PhD, University of California at Berkeley
                              Mary Pat Mattson, Illinois Institute of Technology
                              Aidan Ackerman, Boston Architectural College

Concurrent Session 3 - Thurs, 2:30-4:00pm

Landscape Performance Series Case Study Review and Analysis: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Prospects

Panel with:          Heather Whitlow, Landscape Architecture Foundation
                              Mary Myers, PhD, Temple University
                              Bo Yang, PhD, Utah State University

Concurrent Session 4 - Thurs, 5:00-6:30pm

One Project at a Time: Measuring Social Performance for LAF Case Study Investigations

Panel with:          Katharine Burgess, Landscape Architecture Foundation
                              Elen Deming, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                              Taner Ozdil, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington

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