The Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture is committed to establishing and maintaining a supportive climate of inclusion, diversity, and collegiality among our interactions and through our actions and policies. We envision a department in which all individuals are engaged in a vibrant learning community, where ideas, experiences, and perspectives are supported, nurtured, and developed to their highest levels.
On Tuesday, April 9th, Departments across campus rallied alumni, students, and friends for the first, annual Day of the Badger. The University dedicated 1,848 minutes (a tribute to the school’s founding), to raise funds towards …April 19, 2019
The American Planning Association hosted the annual National Planning Conference in San Francisco on April 13th. For four days the NPC brought together planners, planning commissioners, appointed and elected officials, and students to discuss contemporary …April 18, 2019
April is World Landscape Architecture Month! Landscape Architecture students celebrated World Landscape Architecture Month by visiting Edgewood Campus School. Luisa Dummann, Krista Farrell, and Haliey McAdams presented to a great group of 30 5th …April 17, 2019
It’s Day of the Badger! To show our Badger pride, we’re highlighting one of our very own graduate students – Rachel Ramthun – and her work with the Wisconsin Policy Forum. Rachel is a current PLA …April 9, 2019
You may have seen Rachel and Julia in Music Hall or Agriculture Hall before. Aside from being recent Department hirees, both are also undergraduates within the Department! Learn more about what led them to their …March 15, 2019
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