Fall 2021 CTLA Issue Is On Its Way!
The Connecticut Landscape Architect returns again with another issue for Fall 2021. This edition focuses on the University of Connecticut program with themes of personal growth, mentorship, and recognizing success as a practitioner. Articles include the following:
The Evolution of an Educator: UConn’s Peter Miniutti by Phil Barlow
Sohyun Park: The Bright Future of the UConn Landscape Architecture Program written by Phil Barlow
My Landscape Architecture Journey written by Stephanie Stroud
A Recent UConn Graduate’s Reflections written by Dana Ceva)
A Junior’s Perspective: “It’s A Whole Different World Down Here” written by Nicole Detora
Iconic Connecticut Landscapes: UConn’s Mirror Lake written by Brian Garzon
Pioneers of Connecticut Landscape Architecture: Thomas H. Desmond (1884-1950) written by Oliver Gaffney
What Makes a Successful Project? Introducing: The Hook written by Rob Clapper
Hardcopies will be in the mail later this week and should arrive in late November. In the meantime, please enjoy reading this flipbook edition.
We are deeply grateful to our longtime CTLA editor, Phil Barlow, for helping us produce the magazine since 2011. As of this issue, he will retiring from the role and passing the reins along to Lauren Wholey. Thank you Phil for all of your hard work and the dozens of articles you've shared with all of us!
We will have some exciting changes to the magazine format coming in 2022. CTLA has not changed much since the late 1990s, and we're looking forward to giving it a bit of a refresh. Stay tuned to your mailboxes (physical and digital) for more information.
Are you an enthusiastic writer? Keen on expressing your passion for the profession through words? The chapter is seeking volunteers to join our Publications Committee. Please contact email@example.com if you would like to contribute to future issues as a writer or editor!