University of Leicester stakes £1 billion to secure elite status

November 21, 2008,AEDT

The University of Leicester — recently crowned University of the Year — has launched a £1 billion campus development to help it move into the top ten of British universities. The building programme, one of the biggest ever undertaken in the sector, will strengthen Leicester’s unique position as an elite | Read More

Explore Design ’08: The Design Education Fair for Youth

June 18, 2008,AEDT

Explore Design (ED) is North America’s first Education Expo dedicated to the design discipline. Explore Design is a structured two-day event where students are provided with the information required to pursue an education, and ultimately a career in the world of design. Students interested in design will be presented with | Read More

Foriegn firms aren’t just in India for the cash

June 15, 2008,AEDT

The Times of India looks at foreign firms in India and talks about Be it a slum redevelopment project in congested Mumbai or Kolkata’s new museum of modern art, the global imprint on the country’s fast-changing urban landscape is evident. Made in India but designed by a clutch of foreign architects | Read More

Talking green: A guide to eco-English

June 9, 2008,AEDT

Denise Ryan of the Times Colonist (Canada) has written a great article on the language, lexicon, jargon of Eco-English. Terms that we use in day to day life as professionals and educators but often we forget what they actually mean. For the correct meaning on Bioaccumulation, Freecycling, Point Sources and | Read More

Order of Australia for Landscape Architecture academic

June 9, 2008,AEDT

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) celebrates the awarding of the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) to Professor Catherin Bull as announced today as part of the 2008 Australian Queen’s Birthday Honours. Professor Catherin Bull of the University of Melbourne is acknowledged as Australia’s foremost and most respected | Read More

Rain Bird educating Californians on water conservation

June 9, 2008,AEDT

As Governor Schwarzenegger Declares Drought Conditions, and Renews Call for California Residents To Use Water More Efficiently in Their Garden and Landscapes This Summer. In the face of below-average rainfall, very low snowmelt runoff and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s declaration of statewide drought conditions, California residents are now being called upon | Read More

Foreign exchange -Taranaki Daily News

May 31, 2008,AEDT

French landscape architect student Kevin Clare wanted to do his work experience in New York, instead he ended up at Pukeiti. Landscape architecture student Kevin Clare, 22, has just completed his work experience at Pukeiti. Mr Clare is in his second year of a five-year degree at Ecole Nationale Superieure | Read More

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