Nancy Pollock-Ellwand has been appointed Dean of Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS) at the University of Calgary. Recently, she was the chair of the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, at the University of Adelaide, Australia for the past three years. A graduate in architecture from the University of Manitoba and graduate in landscape architecture from Guelph University and she received her PhD in Planning at the University of Waterloo.
In her new position she wishes for students and staff to engage more with the architectural community.
[SOURCE: Calgary Herald – New dean passionate about architecture]
Recently University of Guelph landscape architecture students presented design concepts for rehabilitation of Puslinch quarries. Concepts included wind-turbines to power local industry, resorts, cottages, golf courses, recreational facilities, lakes, wetlands, and trails. The concepts showed numerous uses and activities to enable the park to be used year-round.
GuelphMercury.com cited Puslinch Councillor Don McKay
…….saying he favours those that offer the most community use. Dual use ideas that combine environmental conservation with practical uses like resorts were also intriguing……
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