Landscape Architect & Specifier News

DEC 2018

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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54 Landscape Architect and Specifier News I n f o r m a t i o n R e q u e s t # 6 4 9 33rd Annual Land Use Law and Planning Conference For the thirty-third consecutive year, the University of California Los Angeles Extension is holding the Land Use Law and Planning Conference. This time, the conference will be held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles on Friday, January 18, 2019. The keynote speaker is going to be Michael Stoker, EPA regional administrator for the pacific southwest (region 9). All individuals involved in land use and environmental issues affecting California are encouraged to attend. Enrollment opened on November 5 and costs $595 for the general public. For students, the cost is $395, while members of donating organizations and affiliates of the guest speakers can register for $495. There will be no refunds after January 18. Course materials, morning refreshments and lunch will be provided. There is not a time schedule publically available as of writting this article. For any questions, you are encouraged to call (310) 825-7093 or email humsci@unex.ucla.edu. North Carolina State's 2019 Design School The 2019 Design Camp covers subject matter that the North Carolina State University's College of Design instructs. The curriculum includes topics such as landscape architecture, architecture, industrial design, art design and graphic design. "Design Camp," which is hosted by North Carolina State University's Design Lab, is a pre-college summer camp open to students in sixth grade through twelfth grade. The camp is held every summer and aims to inform "students about the study of design and raises [sic] awareness of the impact of design on all aspects of our everyday lives." Registration for the camps will open on Monday, January 14, 2019, and any registrations after April 7 will incur a 5% late fee. There are three different camps offered: middle school day camps, high school day camps and high school residential camps. The fee for students in middle school is $650 and includes meals, instruction, supplies, activities and insurance. The high school day camp costs $800 for ninth, tenth and eleventh graders and includes the same things as the middle school day camp. For both of these camps, the students return home each night. The dates for these two camps are July 22 through 26 or July 29 through August 2. The high school residential camp is a little different than the other two. While the other two last four days, the high school residential camp occurs for six and is open to students in eleventh and twelfth grade. It costs $1,200 and includes housing, meals, instruction, supplies, activities and insurance. Unlike the other two camps offered, students of this camp stay at the college the entire time. To learn more about the Design Camp, visit https://tinyurl.com/yany5ryo .

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