Dept. of Landscape Architecture


The Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is among the oldest programs of landscape architecture and is a leader in professional development and scholarship. Students in the program benefit from internationally recognized faculty, state of the art research and educational facilities, and a supportive professional community. Our Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees are accredited by the National Landscape Architecture Accrediting organizations and we offer a Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture in conjunction with the School of Architecture and a Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning through the Department of Urban and Regional Planning.

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  • Fan, Xiangnan (2015-01-21)
    With the reform and opening-up policy launched since the 1980s, China's economy has been growing rapidly. With this background, urbanization has been on a fast track. However, rapid urbanization resulted in many problems. ...


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  • Chen, Chen (2015-01-21)
    Although a number of studies demonstrate that direct or indirect exposure to green space is associated with reduced symptoms of stress(Grahn & Stigsdotter, 2003; R. S. Ulrich et al., 1991),few studies have investigated ...


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  • Gao, Ruiying (2015-01-21)
    There has been a decrease in the numbers of pollinators, and pollinator refuges are needed to confront risks associated with the effects brought about by the pollinator shortage. This research studies the potential of using ...


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  • Carl, Christopher (2015-01-21)
    The projects presented herein are the result of participatory research and close collaboration with David Monk and Heartland Pathways. They evolved through conversations, interviews, and field trips led by David Monk. ...


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  • Burke, Philip (2014-09-16)
    The word camouflage is derived from the 16th century French word camouflet, which translates as a practical joke in the form of a puff of smoke under one’s nose (Hartcup, 1980). As this early ‘definition’ suggests, it is ...


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