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Stilgenbauer thanking Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board visiting team members on behalf of UH‘s master of landscape architecture program.

For her visionary contributions and leadership in landscape architecture, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) elected University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Architecture Professor Judith Stilgenbauer as one of 40 ASLA fellows in 2024.

Judith Stilgenbauer

Stilgenbauer’s work in developing and spearheading Hawaiʻi’s first landscape architecture degree program, as well as her leadership and creative research in nature-based climate adaptation and coastal resilience design, have resulted in a high level of recognition and prominence in the field. Her accolades are reflections of a career marked by pursuing the highest standards in landscape architecture.

“Being selected for this honor by a jury of esteemed landscape architecture peers whom I admire makes the elevation to fellow status extra meaningful for me,” said Stilgenbauer. “I have been a proud member of ASLA because of the organization’s intense focus and advocacy for tangible climate action and environmental equity in landscape architecture. I am honored to be recognized by national ASLA for my contributions to the profession.”

ASLA fellows are recognized for their contributions to the landscape architecture profession and society at large. Election to the ASLA Council of Fellows is one of the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members.

Stilgenbauer and the other ASLA fellows will be recognized during a ceremony at the 2024 Conference on Landscape Architecture, which will be held in Washington, D.C. in October.

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