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Landscape Architecture Prof. Joan Hirschman Woodward Honored as ASLA 'Fellow'

November 10, 2005

Joan Hirschman Woodward.gifNovember 10, 2005, Greencastle, Ind. - Joan Hirschman Woodward, professor and graduate coordinator in the department of landscape architecture at California State Polytechnic University and 1980 graduate of DePauw University, has been elected to the American Society of Landscape Architects' "Council of Fellows." The designation of Fellow is conferred on individuals in recognition of exceptional work over a sustained period of time. Woodward's election, in the category of "knowledge," is noted in Landscape Architect and Specifier News.

In the magazine, Woodward notes, "My notable professional accomplishment is in a daily process, rather than in a product, and it involves returning a favor. My mentors, colleagues, and friends and family have assisted me over the years in transforming ideas into achievements. In return, I help students channel sparks of concern and motivations into achievable, context-informed work. New knowledge and/or reinvigorated design often result and it is an immensely rewarding process."

Learn more about Woodward and the other 2005 Fellows by clicking here.