UF College of Design, Construction & Planning

Michael Ives Volk

Research Assistant Professor
Center for Landscape Conservation Planning and Department of Landscape Architecture
352-294-1444
Education:

• Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Florida, 2008
• Bachelor of Architecture, Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, 2005

Teaching:

Design and Planning Studios
Environmental and Ecological Policy
Landscape Management
Ecological Issues in Sustainability (Master of Sustainable Design program)

Research:

  • Regional conservation planning
  • Sea level rise and its relationship to:
    • adaptive planning and design
    • adaptive conservation
    • cultural landscapes
    • coastal resiliency
  • Digital archeology