Presented by the Department of Landscape Architecture of the College of Built Environments,University of Washington
This interdisciplinary symposium shall critically explore the relationships between environment, equity, economy, and design in our rapidly urbanizing world; investigate the dynamics and implications of rapid urban growth in the emerging mega-cities of the global south; and examine emerging tactics and approaches that recognize the urban landscape as network of interconnected and spontaneous possibilities.
**Sponsored by UW College of Built Environments, Anchor QEA, Gustafson Guthrie Nichol, and SvR Design
CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Information for Licensed Landscape Architects seeking Professional Development Hours:
The UW Department of Landscape Architecture is an approved provider of the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES). This symposium will provide up to 6 professional development hours (PDH). The sessions qualify under the Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) category of professional development. Each symposium session has been registered with the ASLA. More information regarding session descriptions and learning objectives can be found on the following ASLA website under our educational provider course list:
To Receive your “Certificate of Completion” for PDH:
The UW Department of Landscape Architecture will issue a “Certificate of Completion” to Landscape Architects according to the following process:
1. You must have your receipt scanned upon admission so that we can confirm your attendance.
2. Landscape architects who attend the symposium will receive a survey via email following the event.
3. Promptly complete and submit the survey online.
4. We will email your “Certificate of Completion” upon receipt of your survey response.
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