Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture

Are women underrepresented in landscape architecture education?

CELA (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture)

Are women underrepresented in landscape architecture education?

Are women underrepresented in landscape architecture education?


Description of survey contents/background

This survey investigates the disparities between men and women in The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) in the areas of representation, inclusion, and recognition. We pose the question: Are women underrepresented in landscape architecture education? This research aims to identify best practices of diversity, equity and inclusion, and assess the degree to which these practices are incorporated in CELA.


Purpose of the survey/expected impact:

This work will serve as a significant scholarly contribution to the field of landscape architecture because it focuses on the experience and contributions of women as educators in landscape architecture and encourages discussion on the recognition of women within landscape architecture education.
• Who can participate: All members of CELA
• Time Commitment: The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
The survey has been reviewed and approved by the Auburn University Human Research Protection Program (HRPP/IRB) for research on human subjects (IRB#21-501). You can access and print the stamped document here.
Your participation in the survey is voluntary, and all responses will be anonymous. 

Preferred Survey Start Date:

Dec 15, 2021

Preferred Survey End Date:

Feb 15, 2022

Link to survey

https://auburn.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9GiHtMFBufxrfz8

IRB Approval # and Letter

21-501 EX 2110 You can access and print the stamped document here

Respondents requested (e.g. all CELA members, administrators only, etc.)

All CELA Members

Posted in cooperation by:

1) Ashley Steffens, University of Georgia, steffens@uga.edu

2) Ebru Ozer, Florida International University, eozer@fiu.edu

3) Hala Nassar, Clemson University, hnassar@clemson.edu

 4) Charlene LeBleu, Auburn University, leblecm@auburn.edu



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