The SDC Distinguished Guest Lecture Series looks forward to hosting the following lectures during the spring 2020 semester (all lectures at 5:00pm in Goertzen 21):
Wednesday, February 26
Yekang Ko, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Oregon
“Landscape for Humanity: Multifunctional Landscapes Co-Designed for Vulnerable Populations”
Yekang Ko will present an award-winning design initiative called “Landscape for Humanity (L4H),” which she co-founded and is currently leading in Eugene, Oregon. L4H designs and builds a multifunctional landscape system to engage social justice and to improve the conditions of vulnerable communities. Yekang Ko is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Oregon. Her research and teaching focus on urban sustainability and climate action planning and design. She is currently directing the undergraduate (BLA) program and the Sustainable Cities and Landscapes Hub of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).
March TBD: Gordon Walker, Consulting Principal at Mithun, Seattle, WA
Wednesday, April 22: Erica Spiritos and Christopher Evans from Swinerton Mass Timber
The SDC Distinguished Guest Lecture Series is proudly supported by the Tony Callison Memorial Fund.