Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture

“Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges for Landscape Architecture Faculty Hire, Retention, Promotion, and Success in Higher Education.”

CELA (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture)

“Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges for Landscape Architecture Faculty Hire, Retention, Promotion, and Success in Higher Education.”

“Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges for Landscape Architecture Faculty Hire, Retention, Promotion, and Success in Higher Education.”

Landscape Architecture Foundation

The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) invites you to complete a survey developed through LAF's Education Committee, titled “Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges for Landscape Architecture Faculty Hire, Retention, Promotion, and Success in Higher Education.”

The survey seeks to capture the experiences of landscape architecture educators and/or practitioners who currently serve, have served, or have applied to serve in teaching positions in landscape architecture programs in the US. The survey has been reviewed and approved by Virginia Tech's Human Research Protection Program (HRPP/IRB) for research on human subjects, (IRB#21-628).

Your participation in the survey is voluntary and all responses will be anonymous. The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey, you will be asked if you are interested in participating in a follow-up interview, as part of the second phase of this research project.

As the expert on your own experiences, LAF wants to hear from you! This work will serve as a significant scholarly contribution to the field of landscape architecture for recruitment, hiring, and retention practices for faculty.

Link to survey: TAKE THE SURVEY

Please complete the survey by Nov 30.

The survey research team is C.L. Bohannon, PhD, Virginia Tech; Jessica Canfield, Kansas State University; Diane Jones Allen, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington.

The survey findings will be shared as part of a larger initiative from the LAF Education Committee, which also includes Thaisa Way, PhD; Ken Yocom, PhD; Louise Mozingo; Samantha Solano; and Lys Divine Ndemeye. Further, LAF will share the findings with landscape architecture capacity organizations to support collaboration on this important topic.

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