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March 20, 2009
DCP will hold its annual
Research Showcase on
April 9 and 10. Faculty
and students interested in
research are encouraged to
Reception and poster
Join the faculty of the Department of Landscape Architecture for a
celebration of 75 years of landscape architecture education at UF
this Sunday at 1 p.m. in the gallery in the Architecture Building.
Guest speaker Rob
Olshansky, professor of
urban planning at the
University of Illinois-
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Textbook adoptions for
Summer/Fall 2009 are due
Please e-mail Dave Ellis
with your textbook
Update for minus grades
Class syllabi for Summer
A 2009 and beyond must
reflect the university's
new grading policy.
For more information, see
the minus grades FAQs.
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DCP has installed new bulletin boards
(pictured) to comply with UF policy that
disallows the posting of fliers, notices
and posters on building walls throughout
Please place all
paper announcements only on the
designated boards in both the ARC
and FAC buildings.
The Building Services staff has been
asked to remove all postings on
Note: This UF policy does not apply to jury work, student work
displayed in the office hallways or studio spaces.
Agreement with U. of Naples signed
Initiated by the School of Architecture, UF has signed a cooperative
agreement with the University of Naples Federico II valid until
The University of Naples was founded in 1224, and the Facolta di
Architettura has just celebrated its 80th anniversary as an
independent academic division. The university has 4,000
architecture students and 250 professors encompassing the
disciplines of architecture, interior design, building technologies
and urban design.
Published & Presented
Martha Kohen, ARC professor, was a visiting professor, member
of the Scientific Committee and member of the Jury at the
"International Seminar on Interior Design: Architecture Between
Memory and Transformation" Feb. 15 to 22 in Sorrento, Italy. The
seminar was funded by the mayor of the city. In addition to
UF, universities from Spain, Austria, Mexico and Italy were
Have you recently presented at a conference or had your
work published? Let us know. Contact Julie Frey or Kaitlin
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Landscape architecture awards
March 23: The Department of Landscape Architecture will hold its
annual awards banquet at 5 p.m. in the Matheson Museum.
Planning research seminars
All presentations will be held from 11:40 a.m. to 12:40 p.m. in the
Architecture Building Room 411.
March 24 : Paul Zwick, associate dean for research and graduate
programs, will present "LUCIS: Land use analysis methodology."
March 31: Joseli Macedo, URP assistant professor, will
present "Physical Activity in the Workplace: How Can UF Help
Faculty & Staff Be Healthier."
April 2: Gail Easley and Tom Ankersen will present "Marineland,
FL: Drafting an Innovative Unified Land Development Code for the
Sustainable Community of Tomorrow."
Historic preservation lectures
March 26: Stephen Morris, chief of the National Park Service
Office of International Affairs, will present "The U.S. Tentative List
for World Heritage Listing" at 6:30 p.m. in the Reitz Union Room
March 31: Kishore Rao, deputy director of UNESCO World
Heritage Centre in Paris, will present "Florida's Everglades: World
Heritage, Climate Change and Sustainability" at 6:30 p.m. in
Chandler Auditorium at the Harn Museum.
March 30: Dr. Yasha Grobman, Axelrod Grobman Architects, will
present "Performative dimensions in digital sustainable
architectural design" at 6 p.m. in the Harn Museum.
Padua photography exhibit
Through March 27: There's only one week left to see"Sacred
Places and Skies Redux: Petit Collection," the installation by Mary
Padua, LAE associate professor, on display at the Grinter Gallery.
May 1 at 4 p.m.
AIA Gainesville golf tournament
April 17: The 25th Annual AIA Gainesville Student Scholarship
Golf Tournament will be held at the Haile Plantation Golf and
Country Club. Students, faculty, colleagues and friends are
encouraged to compete or volunteer. Proceeds of the event fund
the AIA Gainesville Student Scholarship endowment. For more
information or to request an entry form, contact Joe Garcia, 352-
Send your news tips to Julie Frey or Kaitlin O'Farrill.
Submission deadline for the April 3 issue of DCP News is April 1.
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