Class of 1971

Five Alumni Elected to 2018 Class of the College of Fellows of AICP

John M. Dugan MCP '71, Hazel R. Edwards MAUD '89, William Klein LF '91, Shafik I. Rifaat MArch '65, Philip L. Walker MDes '94

Five GSD alumni have been elected to the 2018 Class of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP). The highest honor bestowed upon members by AICP, Fellows are honored for achieving “excellence in professional practice, teaching and mentoring, research, public and community service, and leadership.” Congratulations to:

John M. Dugan MCP ’71
Hazel R. Edwards MAUD ’89
William Klein LF ’91
Shafik I. Rifaat MArch ’65
Philip L. Walker MDes ’94

There will be an induction ceremony for the Class of 2018 during the National Planning Conference in New Orleans on Sunday, April 22, starting at 4:15 p.m. CT. Learn more.

Image courtesy of AICP.

posted March, 2018

FAICP-Medallion

Steve Calhoun MLA ’71 and Rodney Wulff MLA ’73 Featured in Landscape Australia

Steve Calhoun MLA '71, Rodney Wulff MLA '73

Steve Calhoun MLA ’71 and Rodney Wulff MLA ’73, founding directors of landscape architecture at Tract (Melbourne), are the focus of an article in Landscape Australia. Dubbed the “odd couple of landscape architecture,” Calhoun and Wulff discuss meeting as MLA students at the GSD, their decades-long partnership at Tract, and the future of the industry. Additionally, Calhoun offers an anecdote on the passion of landscape architects gleaned from an event at the GSD in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Landscape Architecture at Harvard. Read the feature here.

posted March, 2017

Stephen Calhoun MLA '71 and Rodney Wulff MLA '73

Steve Calhoun MLA ‘71 Interviewed for University of Melbourne Publication

Steve Calhoun MLA ‘71

Steve Calhoun MLA ‘71 was recently interviewed for the University of Melbourne publication, Atrium. Calhoun is the Founding Director of Tract Consultants, and a leading practitioner of urban and landscape design. He is based in Australia. Read the full interview here.

December 2016

posted December, 2016

Steve Calhoun 2016 Atrium

Jane Loeffler MCP ’71 Donated her Collection to Columbia University

Jane Loeffler MCP '71

Washington D.C. architectural historian and authorJane Loeffler MCP ’71, donated her collection of documents, photos, architectural drawings, interviews and research papers to Columbia University’s Libraries/Information Services’ Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library. NamedThe Jane C. Loeffler Collection of Research Papers on American Embassies, the collection is a unique assemblage which captures the embassy work of Eero Saarinen, Walter Gropius, Edward Durrell Stone, and others. Read the full press release from Columbia University here and check out her website at  JaneLoeffler.com.

June 2015 

posted December, 2016