Spaces that MatterDiscussion with project stakeholders on Palmito Ranch battlefield siteLandscape view of the Palmito Ranch battlefield2018 Community Planning Studio Group Photo (Meeting with City Officials, City of Hartford, CT)


TEST -- Our Program offers an accredited, professional Bachelor of Science degree in landscape architecture. We have a small Program where the students and faculty form a strong, close-knit community. We have about 50 undergraduate students enrolled in the Program, a small group of graduate students and 6 faculty members closely involved in the Program. We strives for excellence in the broad-based preparation of a consistent, high-quality flow of professional landscape architects into regional and national practice and graduate study. We design, research, teach, and do community outreach to solve the complex problems of planning vibrant communities and designing places of value while protecting and restoring our natural resources. We promote and encourage academic-based collaborative research with an emphasis on “real world” projects as they apply to sustainable development.


  • Sustainable Landscape Metrics Survey
    Dr. Park and her colleagues launched an online survey to understand landscape architecture professionals’ knowledge, interest, and participation in sustainable landscape design and metrics.  If you are professionals affiliated with the design and/or construction and maintenance of landscapes, please follow the link HERE.
    Posted on July 10, 2021
  • Dr. Park joins a new NERCPD multi-state grant project
    This project entitled, “Best Practices in Bike/Pedestrian Trail Data Collection and Monitoring” was funded by the North East Regional Center Planning Grant (NERCPD). Colleagues at the University of Connecticut, University of New Hampshire, University of Vermont, and University of Minnesota partnered on this multi-state grant to share successes and learning from trail and non-motorized traffic […]
    Posted on June 19, 2020
  • Wanat Park Design Presentations
    Student presentation of design proposals for Wanat Park (Tolland, CT) was a great success! We had about 60 senior citizen coming out to attend the evening presentation event. Wanat Park project site is a 13.4-acre property on Sugar Hill Road in Tolland, CT, for the development of a new senior citizen park. Students had worked […]
    Posted on June 19, 2020


Phone: (806) 781-2304
Address: Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture
University of Connecticut
1376 Storrs Road, Storrs, CT 06269