ASLA Announces 2004 Student Awards

The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the recipients of its 2004 Student Awards.

A six-member jury selected 17 projects to receive awards from a field of 176 entries, representing the work of 277 students from 43 schools. Jury members included: Stephanie A. Rolley, ASLA, jury chair, Associate Professor, Kansas State University; Drake M. Fowler, Associate ASLA, Design Workshop; Carol R. Johnson, FASLA, Carol R. Johnson Associates, Inc.; Susan L.B. Jacobson, FASLA, Bartells/Jacobson Design, and president of ASLA; Faye B. Harwell, ASLA, Rhodeside & Harwell Inc.; and Michael P. Madsen, Student ASLA, University of Florida.

Founded in 1899, ASLA is the national professional association for landscape architects representing more than 14,200 members.
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