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DCP Alum is a Dual Threat

May 26, 2017

Nicole Plunkett, BLAE 2010, recently won not one but two awards for her work. She was named the first recipient of the Exceptional Emerging Professional Award by the Florida Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). She also was selected for the inaugural year of the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) Fellowship for Innovation … Read More

DCP Alum Named to 2017 AIA College of Fellows

May 24, 2017

Debra Lupton, BDES 1977, MAARC 1979, was elected to this year’s class of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows. She was honored at the recent AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Orlando. DCP Alum and member of the AIA College of Fellows Class of 1993 John Ehrig, BARCH 1973, nominated Lupton for … Read More

Martinez Named National Olmsted Scholar Finalist

May 23, 2017

Landscape architecture undergraduate student Nathania Martinez recently was named a 2017 National Olmsted Scholar Finalist by the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF). The National Olmsted Scholars Program is the premier national award and recognition program for landscape architecture students. Martinez was named one of six national finalists (three graduate and three undergraduate) from amongst a group of 50 … Read More

Participate in DesignIntelligence Survey by May 26

May 22, 2017

DesignIntelligence is conducting its annual survey of America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools. The survey is now open and will close on Friday, May 26 at 8:30 p.m. EST. If you are a person in your firm who hires architects, interior designers, landscape architects or industrial designers, you are invited to share your experiences and … Read More

Landscape Architecture Department Honors Students and Alumni

May 14, 2017

The 2017 Department of Landscape Architecture Scholarship and Awards Ceremony was held Friday, April 21 at Leonardo’s 706. While the two alumni award winners were unable to attend, the students and faculty had a great time celebrating all the hard work they put in throughout the academic year. Congratulations to all the award winners: Distinguished … Read More

Rothberg Wins Graduate Assistant Teaching Award

May 9, 2017

Each year a committee selects University of Florida graduate teaching assistants to be recognized for their excellence in teaching. DCP is proud to announce our own Scott Rothberg was chosen as one of the Graduate Assistant Teaching Award Winners this year. “This award is very competitive and speaks well to Scott’s outstanding contributions to our … Read More

School of Architecture Honors Students and Alums

Many awards were given to deserving recipients at the School of Architecture Awards Ceremony on April 3, but the biggest award of the night for students was a panel discussion featuring two distinguished DCP alums. Distinguished Architecture Alumni Award Winner Paul O. Robinson, BDES 1988, M.ARCH 1993, and Architecture Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Carl Abbott, … Read More

Spring 2017 Commencement

May 1, 2017

This past weekend, a new group of DCP students graduated from the University of Florida and will now do great things wherever their journey may take them. While this may be goodbye for now, these graduates will always be a part of the DCP family and we wish them the best. Congratulations! Be sure to … Read More

Giving Back to the Community

April 28, 2017

DCP student Brady Nettina was awarded the 2017 University of Florida Presidential Service Award at a ceremony on April 10. The award was presented to Nettina by UF President Kent Fuchs. Nettina was recognized by the university for completing 200 or more hours of community service between March 1, 2016 and March 1, 2017. Nettina … Read More

URP Awards Ceremony Goes Digital

On March 30, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning held their awards ceremony at Leonardo’s 706. The attendees also were joined by virtual participants, as the awards ceremony was streamed online. This allowed online students to attend the ceremony, reinforcing that, while not physically here, they are still part of the DCP family.  By … Read More

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