On April 13, 2017, 3rd year MLA students delivered their Master's Report presentations in the CAPLA Sundt Gallery to students, faculty, staff, and members of the community during the annual MLA Conference. These reports are the culmination of three years of study in the field of Landscape Architecture and represent a year's worth of focused research and design work. Project topics ranged from subjects as diverse as urban infill and community revitalization, to strategies for sustainable cultural resource management in New Delhi, to a rehabilitation plan for a riparian area northwest of Tucson.
Throughout the course of the master’s report process, students regularly consult with academic advisors from CAPLA and other colleges within the University, as well as outside professionals with expertise in their chosen field of study. The wide range of project topics and geographic locations represented in the master’s reports is a reflection of the diverse interests and backgrounds of the students in the Landscape Architecture program and is a testament to the relationships developed by the students and the college with other disciplines in the University and community.
Image: MLA Candidate Nolan Bade presents his Master's Report, "Tucson Phenology Loop"