Graduate Program Director
Phone: (435) 797-0509
View my Curriculum Vitae.
Here is a list of courses I teach.
I joined the USU Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning faculty in 2008 after 11 years at Washington State University. While earning a BSLA at West Virginia University, I served as the first landscape intern at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. I practiced in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Colorado and pursued my interest in environmental psychology and design through an MLA at Texas A&M University. My PhD (Virginia Tech) focused on the relationship between landscapes and criminal behavior.
PhD in Natural Resource Recreation, Forestry Department
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Master of Landscape Architecture
Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Science - Landscape Architecture
West Virginia University
Associate Professor/Graduate Program Coordinator
Washington State University
Texas Tech University
City of Colorado Springs
Army Corp of Engineers
Environmental Planner/Landscape Architect
Sandy Hook, CT
Areas of Expertise
Crime in Parks and Recreation Areas
Crime Prevention and Criminal Behavior
Human Responses to the Environment
Design Modules for Rails-to-Trails
Restorative/Healing Garden Design