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    May 2015  

    2015 OCASLA Professional + Student Awards Program - Call for Entries now Open!

    Entry Fees are due Thursday, June 25th. See the Awards website for more information.

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    OCASLA Maumee Valley Section Retirement

    OCASLA is considering retiring the Maumee Valley Section and joining it with the Western Reserve Section.

    For many years there has been low participation in the section, which may be due to the fact that there are roughly 20 members total in the area. We propose that the Western Reserve Section absorb the Maumee Section's activities and members, in order to combine section efforts and resources.

    The Maumee Valley Section will be retired in 90 days unless there is interest in keeping it active.

    Please send your comments to info@ohioasla.org before Friday, July 31st at 5pm.

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    Call for Chapter Election Nominees!

    OCASLA is opening a call for Chapter Officer Nominees until June 30th. Potential nominees must be Full or Associate ASLA members only.

    Open OCASLA Positions are below:

    1.       Chapter President-Elect 

    2.       Vice President of Education and Membership 

    3.       Vice President of Business Affairs

    4.       Vice President of Communications 

    5.       Vice President of Legislative Affairs 

    6.       Buckeye Section Chair 

    7.       Buckeye Section Chair-Elect

    8.       Western Reserve Section Chair-Elect

    Please send all nominations and questions to elections@ohioasla.org. Chapter elections will be held later in the summer.

    There are several benefits to joining OCASLA leadership. OCASLA leaders are directly involved with the national, state and local landscape architecture communities, and have the opportunity to oversee continuing education events.

    Please consider this great opportunity! 

     

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    World Landscape Architecture Month Wrap-Up

    This past April OCASLA was busy celebrating and promoting landscape architecture across the state and on social media. View all the WLAM event photo galleries HERE and search twitter for #WLAM2015 to see how the entire world celebrated. Below is a list of this year’s activities:

    ·         OCASLA exhibited the 2014 Award Winners in the street front window display at the Center for Architecture and Design in Columbus, Ohio. The exhibit was displayed during the month of April. See the photo gallery by clicking here.

    ·         The April issue of Ohio Magazine includes a one-page article featuring the 2014 Ohio ASLA Award Winners and World Landscape Architecture Month. Download the article by clicking here.

    ·         OCASLA participated in the In-State Virtual Advocacy Month by tweeting Ohio Representatives and Senators about Advocacy Issues related to Water & Stormwater Management, Community Design & Development and Small Business Growth & Development. #iAdvocate

    ·         Chapter Trustee Jeannie Marin, President Carmine Russo, President-Elect Karla Salmans and VP of Legislative Affairs Lynne Nischwitz went to the Hill in Washington, D.C. for ASLA Advocacy Day. In the days that followed they met for the Chapter Presidents Council (CPC) and Board of Trustees (BOT) where they discussed chapter leadership and the direction of our Society. See photos on our facebook page!

    ·         Chapter representatives were on hand at a booth at DesignColumbus 2015 to promote the benefits of landscape architecture.

    ·         The Western Reserve Section held a spring clean-up event at the Greek Cultural Garden in Cleveland. The day began with a historical overview of the cultural gardens followed by weeding and planting. Greece was Ohio’s Sister Country for WLAM 2015. See the photos HERE.

    ·         The Buckeye Section joined the Bosswood Tree Initiative to plant trees to celebrate Arbor Day and National Landscape Architecture Month at Dexter Falls Park. See the photos HERE.

    ·         The Knowlton School of Architecture held its annual Graduating Senior Dinner where KSA faculty and OCASLA Executive Committee members were present. See the photos HERE.

    ·         The 2015 OCASLA Annual Meeting + EXPO was held in early April in Columbus. Additional meeting details can be found in the next article.

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    Ohio State LABASH 2016

    LABash is an annual conference for landscape architecture students in North America. 

    Next spring LABash will be hosted by the students from the Knowlton School of Architecture in Columbus, Ohio. Follow their planning activities at their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/labash2016osu?fref=nf

    The 2016 LABash Planning Committee has put together sponsorship opportunities to help fund their efforts. See the funding levels at their website: http://labash2016.com/sponsors/donate

     

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    Recap of the 2015 OCASLA Annual Meeting + EXPO

    This year’s meeting had much to offer, with a wide range of educational session topics and new product introductions from 25+ EXPO vendors.

    The speakers this year were Mark Focht, PLA, FASLA, First Deputy Commissioner, Parks and Facilities at Philadelphia Parks & Recreation; Immediate Past President of ASLA, Julia Czerniak, Associate Dean and Professor of Architecture at Syracuse University, Bradford McKee, Editor at Landscape Architecture Magazine and Thomas L. Woltz, FASLA, CLARB, Principal & Owner of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects.

    See the photos HERE.

    Prior to the Annual meeting, Mark Focht visited landscape architecture students at the Cleveland Urban Design Center (CUDC) in Cleveland and the Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA) in Columbus. Mark participated in student review sessions and gave presentations to students and OCASLA members.

    OCASLA also held the Student/Speaker Essay Dinner at Hubbard Grill in Columbus the night before the Annual Meeting, where KSA essay winners and the Annual Meeting speakers have a lively discussion about the status of landscape architecture.

    Many thanks to our very skilled and knowledgeable speakers, vendors, volunteers and participants for making this year’s OCASLA Annual Meeting and related activities a success! 

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    Cleveland Area: 2015 "Goodtime for Design" Boat Cruise + After Party

    Boat Cruise Details:

    On Friday, June 12th, please join hundreds of members in the design, planning, construction and building management professions on board the GOODTIME III cruise ship for an evening of informal networking, collegiality and fun!  Family, friends and guests are always welcome and encouraged to attend.

    Time:

    6:00pm-8:30pm (Boarding starts at 5:30pm, boat leaves dock promptly at 6:00pm)

    Theme:

    All White Party (Attendees are encouraged to wear white)

    Boat Cruise Tickets:

    $25 (Adult, Ages 16+) = (Sales end Tuesday, June 9th)

    $15 (Youth, Ages 4-15) = (Sales end Tuesday, June 9th)

    *Children under the age of 4 are free of charge*

     All ticket sales are final and non-refundable as the cruise will be held rain or shine.

    Ticket includes food on board the boat.

    Purchase Boat Cruise Tickets Here

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    Knowlton School Coast-to-Coast Happy Hour

    SAVE-THE-DATE FOR THE KNOWLTON COAST-TO-COAST HAPPY HOUR

    Join the Knowlton Alumni Society and your fellow Knowlton alumni for the Coast-to-Coast Happy Hour on Thursday, May 28. Organized happy hours will take place in Los Angeles, Columbus and New York City.

    More details, including specific locations, coming soon!

    Don't live in one of these cities? Organize your own local happy hour and join in the fun with #knowltonalumni.  

    Questions? Contact Karin Gillund, Alumni and Events Coordinator at gillund.3@osu.edu or 614-247-5409.

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    ASLA Honor & Merit Award Student Winners

    ASLA awarded Honor & Merit Awards to the following students from the Knowlton School of Architecture:

    Under Graduate Winners:
    Merit Award: Torrance Abrams Jr. 

    Honor Award: Michelle (Shelly) Drees

    Honor Award: Blythe Worstell


    Graduate Winners:
    Honor Award: Xiaolu Liu (Lulu) 

    Congratulations to this year's student winners! 

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    Student ASLA Chapter Officers Announced!

    The students at the Knowlton School of Architecture held their Student Chapter ASLA elections recently. Here is a list of the newly elected officials:

    President: Desiree Angelotta

    Vice President: Oscar Camacho-Cabrera 

    Secretary: Veronica Skok

    Treasurer: Feras Abdallah

    Philanthropy Chair: Amanda Knight 

    Social Chair: Tyler Erisman

    Publicity Chair: Cameron Starner

    Fundraising Chair: Seth Oldham 

    Congratulations and best wishes to the new officers!

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    ASLA National: Update

    ASLA E-News: April 29, 2015

    Governance and Administration

     

    •   The Board of Trustees actions taken during the 2015 ASLA Midyear Meeting included:  acceptance of the 2015 financial audit; strategic priorities review; approval of a joint statement on diversity; approval to join the U.N. Global Compact; and renewal of the ASLA/LAF Memorandum of Understanding.  The Board elected three vice presidents:  Government Affairs VP Robin Gyorgyfalvy, FASLA; Education VP David Cutter, ASLA; and Communications VP Michael Stanley, ASLA. All will take office at the annual meeting.  The Board also reviewed student and associate member trends and ways to improve recruitment and retention of these emerging professionals; priority approaches identified by the Board will be considered in 2016 program and budget planning.   

     

    •   During the joint BOT/CPC lunch, a panel moderated by President Zweifel focused on retaining students and emerging professionals, and diversity within the design professions. The panel featured representatives of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Urban Land Institute, American Institute of Architects, and the National Society of Professional Engineers.

     

    •   Other business during the 2015 ASLA Midyear Meeting included presentations from the 2016 president-elect candidates Shawn Kelly, FASLA, and Vaughn Rinner, FASLA.  Voting for president-elect opened on Monday and closes on May 27; full, associate, and international members are eligible to vote.  More information on the candidates can be found in yesterday’s LAND

     

    •   President Richard Zweifel, FASLA, spoke before the American Planning Association’s Board of Trustees on April 18 in Seattle. Zweifel’s presentation focused on ASLA’s priorities and programs. President Zweifel is also speaking at the University of California, Davis, Student Chapter, tomorrow.

     

    •   Immediate Past President Mark Focht, FASLA, will be attending the PA/DE Chapter Annual Meeting at the University of Pennsylvania on Friday and Saturday.  On Friday Focht will be co-leading a tour of public park sites, and Saturday presenting at the chapter’s annual design awards.

     

    •   Professional Practice VP Hunter Beckham, FASLA, will be visiting the Arizona Chapter tomorrow for the Thesis/Culminating Project Presentations for MLA/MUD Students at Arizona State University. On Friday, Beckham will be meeting with the chapter leaders.

    •   EVP Nancy Somerville, Hon. ASLA, was a judge on Monday at the 9th Annual Construction Industry Round Table-ACE Mentor National Program Design Competition. Somerville will be attending the American Architectural Foundation’s Accent on Architecture gala on Thursday, and then participating in a Renewable Natural Resources Foundation Finance Committee meeting on Friday.

     

    •   Examiners from the U.S. Senate Productivity and Quality Award for Virginia and D.C. (SPQA) (state-level Baldrige organization)are on site at ASLA Headquarters today and tomorrow.  This is the second year that ASLA has applied for the SPQA award.  Review of the application and the site visit will result in a feedback report that will be used to continue to improve ASLA programs and processes. 

     

    Government Affairs

     

    •   On April 23, ASLA held its annual Advocacy Day, where ASLA members went to Capitol Hill to advocate on behalf of issues important to the profession: the Transportation Alternatives Program, Land and Water Conservation Fund, and the National Park Service Centennial Challenge.  This year, ASLA advocates hit the 100% mark, with every member having three congressional meetings each, including 59 meetings with their member of congress or senator.

     

    •   ASLA Advocates that were not able to make the trip to Washington, DC, but wanted to #BHeardOnThe23rd were busy doing their part from home using Twitter, Facebook, and the iAdvocate Network to send over 500 messages and hundreds of tweets to their members in Congress. Pictures of Advocacy Day 2015 can be seen here.

     

    •   During the Advocacy Day wrap-up reception, President Zweifel announced the 2014 Advocacy Awards winners, and recognized their outstanding achievements in furthering the advocacy priorities of the Society. Here are this year’s awardees. The ASLA Rising Star Advocacy Award was presented to Indiana Chapter’s Jonathon Geels, ASLA, for demonstrating exemplary advocacy engagement in 2014; the ASLA Advocacy Leadership Award was presented to the Wisconsin Chapter’s Shawn Kelly, FASLA, who was recognized for his leadership in advancing ASLA’s advocacy goals and objectives; and ASLA Chapter of the Year Advocacy Award was presented to the New Mexico chapter for its excellence in chapter advocacy efforts.

     

    •   ASLA Government Affairs is now on Twitter and encourages ASLA members to follow us @ASLA_Advocacy to keep up with urgent advocacy news. Don’t miss out on critical information about free webinars, grants notices, and policy reports on issues important to the profession.  If you need assistance with Twitter and tweeting your thoughts, contact Legislative Analyst Leighton Yates.

     

    Resource Development

     

    •   During the recent midyear meeting, the trustees voted to raise the fundraising goal for the ASLA Center for Landscape Architecture from $1 million to $1.5 million.  To date, ASLA has raised $805,227, which is roughly 54% of the new goal.  All of ASLA’s chapters have now pledged to support the Center.  Chapter pledges total $359,330 and firms have pledged $282,797.  The balance has been donated by individual members and friends of ASLA. Individuals or organizations that would like to add their names to the list of donors for the Center, please contact Director of Stakeholder Relations and Resource Development Ron Sears.  For more information on donating, please click here.

     

    Meetings

     

    •   Registration and Housing for the ASLA 2015 Annual Meeting and EXPO is scheduled to open during the week of May 11.  For detailed information on the annual meeting schedule, field sessions, workshops, special events, registration information, and hotels, go to the ASLA website after May 11.  Register by the early bird deadline of June 19 and save.  Book a hotel room at one of the official meeting hotels and save even more. When you register and book your hotel room online at any of our five official meeting hotels, you can save up to $75 on your registration. The discounted group rates can only be accessed through Experient, the official ASLA housing bureau.  These rates cannot be accessed by calling the hotels directly, nor can they be accessed by any other housing company. Please beware of companies calling or emailing ASLA exhibitors and attendees claiming that ASLA room blocks are full and that they can offer you great rates. The only company authorized by ASLA to handle annual meeting housing is Experient.  The official meeting hotel rates are guaranteed and the hotels have been vetted.  Staying at the official meeting hotels helps ASLA meet its financial obligations to the host city and improves ASLA’s competitivei position for booking cities for future annual meetings.   

     

     

    Public Relations and Communications

     

    •   The World Landscape Architecture Month activities are wrapping up, but the “Designed by a Landscape Architect” social media campaign will continue through the year, allowing landscape architects to highlight their work and the work of others and present a vivid portrait of the work of the profession. To date, more than 3,700 images have been posted to social media, each including a small card with the campaign tagline.

     

    •   The Professional Awards met at ASLA headquarters April 17-18 and chose 34 projects to be recognized. For the first time, projects were assessed online. The Fellows jury meets the weekend of May 8 at headquarters to choose its winners. The Student Award deadline is May 22, and the jury will meet at headquarters June 5-6.

     

    •   During Advocacy Day, a video of members visiting their representatives on the Hill was shot and is currently in post-production. This will be shared widely as a tool to encourage advocacy at the national, state, and local levels.

     

    •   The Dirt Editor Jared Green attended the American Planning Association meeting in Seattle. Posts on tours and sessions will be released over the coming weeks.

     

     

    Member and Chapter Services

     

    •   Today’s membership total is 15,418 (see details below):

     

    MEMBER CATEGORY

    TOTAL

    Affiliate

    650

    Associate

    1,890

    Corporate

    146

    Full Member

    9,657

    Full-Fellow

    745

    Honorary

    148

    International

    203

    Student Affiliate

    303

    Student

    1,676

     

    •   Eighty-five chapter leaders representing all chapters attended the 2015 Midyear CPC meeting. In addition, three Student ASLA members stayed to participate in the CPC meeting. A meeting follow-up message was distributed yesterday which included the expense reimbursement information.

     

    Professional Practice

     

    •   On April 22, the Sustainable Design and Development PPN hosted the Online Learning presentation Community Engagement as an Essential Component for Sustainable Design, which offered 1.0 PDH and was presented by Alejandra Chiesa, ASLA. Thirty-three attendees participated in the webinar. The recording has been added to the catalogue of recorded presentations.

     

    Education Programs and Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB)

     

    •   The Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System™ (LA CES™) has 207 active providers offering 1,106 courses. There is 1 new provider application pending review.

     

    •   The annual ASLA Graduating Student Survey has been sent out to students graduating from accredited undergraduate and graduate landscape architecture programs. The purpose of this survey is to gather information on post-graduation plans. The survey will remain open until June 30. 

     

    •   LAAB ROVE Teams continue conducting accreditation reviews for spring 2015. Morgan State University (MLA) had their review conducted April 12-15. Programs reviewed during spring 2015 are scheduled to be considered for accreditation renewal at the LAAB Summer 2015 Board Meeting.

     

    Deadlines and Reminders

     

    •   The Fellows jury will be meeting May 8-9 at headquarters to choose the 2015 nominees.

     

    •   The Student Award deadline is May 22, and the jury will meet at headquarters June 5-6.

    The Leadership Calendar can be accessed on the web.

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    Jobs

    OCASLA will update monthly any new job postings throughout the state of Ohio.

    Please click here to current postings.

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    Qualified candidates will have a BS in Geography, Planning, Landscape Architecture or similar and 0-3 years of experience. Previously demonstrated written and oral presentation skills preferred. Knowledge of and demonstrated skill in ArcGIS/City Engine and associated databases, InDesign, Photoshop and planning visualization software. Must have knowledge of New Urbanism, Form-Based Codes, general master planning, landscape architecture and urban design concepts and practices and knowledge of Data Collection and Inventory methods. Must be willing to travel for projects as needed. Prior military service is favorable.

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    Woolpert is looking for a highly motivated planner with 0-3 years for master planning projects for the Department of Defense. Projects would include Area Development Plans and Installation Development Plans that require knowledge and application of Form-Based Codes, LEED and other sustainable planning strategies. Potential office locations are in the St. Louis area or Dayton, OH. Woolpert, Inc. is a leader in the integration of planning/design, technology and geospatial systems. Candidate should have the willingness to proactively pursue new geospatial/graphic technologies and techniques. Tasks may include working as a part of integrated master planning teams, assisting in the research and preparation of reports, creating report and presentation graphics and traveling with project teams (potentially including international travel).

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    Required Experience & Skills

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    • Supports firm Principals and the Director of Business Development on the delivery of marketing materials and contributes to the planning, co-ordination and delivery of business development activity.
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    • Develops and maintains knowledge of firm’s markets and experience
    • Assists with opportunity and/or market research
    • Updates collateral and/or social media/web information
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    As members of a leading design, geospatial and infrastructure management firm, Woolpert employees inspire each other to be the best through their ingenuity, diversity and vision. With projects that contribute to the sustainability, security and efficiency of federal, local and private-sector clients across the U.S. and abroad, our employees appreciate rewarding careers that contribute to advances in the Architectural/Engineering industry while also knowing they’re serving the needs of some of the best communities and organizations around the world.

    Woolpert is looking for a highly motivated planner with 0-3 years for master planning projects for the Department of Defense. Projects would include Area Development Plans and Installation Development Plans that require knowledge and application of Form-Based Codes, LEED and other sustainable planning strategies. Potential office locations are in the St. Louis area or Dayton, OH. Woolpert, Inc. is a leader in the integration of planning/design, technology and geospatial systems. Candidate should have the willingness to proactively pursue new geospatial/graphic technologies and techniques. Tasks may include working as a part of integrated master planning teams, assisting in the research and preparation of reports, creating report and presentation graphics and traveling with project teams (potentially including international travel).

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    As a firm that recognizes the importance of developing top talent from within, our employees have access to a wide range of training and coaching programs and are rewarded for their achievements through our excellent benefits package and competitive salaries.

    For consideration, please apply online at www.apply2jobs.com/woolpert by searching for Requisition Number 454 and clicking “Apply Now.”

    Woolpert is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace.

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