Dr. Perkl Awarded the Craig Johnson Fellowship at Utah State University
Dr. Perkl presented a lecture which focused on geodesign, wildlife planning, and corridor design as part of Utah State's Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LAEP) Speaker Series on April 10, 2013. Dr. Perkl was invited to Utah State University by the Craig Johnson Fund for Excellence in Landscape Architecture through which he as awarded the Craig Johnson Fellowship. This fund is used for the purpose of bringing experts in wildlife planning to Utah State for lectures and presentations in the spirit of Emeritus Professor Craig Johnson's significant contributions to the field of wildlife planning and design. The fund was created with donations from the Johnson family and alumni upon the retirement of Craig Johnson to continue his legacy for future LAEP students.
During Dr. Perkl's visit, he also engaged with LAEP's Conservation Planning for Wildlife Class (LAEP 6110) and the Bioregional Analysis and Planning Studio (ENVS 6200) taught by Professors Shujuan Li and Richard Toth respectively.