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What is ASLA@Berkeley (update)

What is ASLA@Berkeley (update)



For the academic year 2012-13

For the academic year 2012-13



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    • What is UC Berkeley ASLA?
    • What is UC Berkeley ASLA?UC Berkeley Chapter of theAmerican Society of Landscape Architects
    • ASLA (www.asla.org) National Organization
    • 1. OrganizationExecutive Committee Daniel Prostak (MLA 3D) President Rae Ishee (MLA 3D) Vice President Catherine Reibel (MLA 3D) Treasurer Monica Way (MLA 3D) Communications OfficerAcademic Committee Mia Docto (MLA-EP) Scott Walls (MLA-EP) Rebecca Saffier-Ewing (MLA 3D) Tatyana Vashchenko (UG)Professional Committee Daniel Collazos (MLA 3D) Becky Lithander (MLA 3D) Tanya Eggers (UG)Service & Social Committee Robin Kim (MLA 3D/MCP) Nate Kauffman (MLA 3D) Jason Hullinger (UG) Yaeji Myung (UG)
    • 2. Chapter Goals+ Strengthen student unity & community+ Advocate student interests within LAEP Dept.+ Engage w/ greater Bay Area design community
    • 2. Chapter Goals+ Strengthen student unity & community Welcome Week, Social Events, Fundraising, Studio Culture, Collaborations & Field Trips+ Advocate student interests within LAEP Dept. Curriculum Committee, 315 Charette, Faculty Hire, Competitions, Faculty Inclusion & Communication+ Engage w/ greater Bay Area design community Student Showcase, Portfolio Workshop, Professional Panels, NCC ASLA, ASLA Emerging Professionals & Conferences, community outreach
    • 3. How We Operate+ Volunteers+ Chapter Fundraising & Graduate Assembly+ Monthly Meetings 1 Monthly Student Member Meeting 1 Monthly Committee Meeting+ Teamwork
    • 4. How We Communicate+ e-mails+ flyers+ ASLA Board+ ucberkeleyasla.wordpress.com
    • 5. Where We Need to Improve+ Undergraduate Involvement+ Multiple Tracts (1st yr, 2nd yr, 3rd yr) Involvement+ Environmental Planning Opportunities+ Raising Our Visibilty
    • 6. Other Student Groups+ CED Graduate Student Council+ Student Chapter AIA+ Planning Students Association+ B.U.S.S.A+ CED-SOC+ CEDIG+ CASA+ CED Peer Advisors
    • 7. Past Events 2011 monday : august 22nd : 5pm BEACH VOLLEYBALL Meet at Clark Kerr Campus, corner of Derby & Belrose (for directions from campus, see http:// tinyurl.com/clark-kerr-directions) tuesday : august 23rd : 6:30pm BIKE TOUR OF BERKELEY WEEK Led by Rob, meet in front of Wurster Hall wednesday : august 24th : starting after orientation (5:30-6pm) MIKE COOK’S BIRTHDAY PARTY HAPPY HOUR Meet in front of Wurster Hall ORIENTATION friday : august 26th : 7pm BLAKE GARDEN CAMP OUT RSVP by August 23rd to Lauren Knight at lauren.knight@berkeley.edu Questions about orientation week activities? Contact Rob Tidmore at rtidmore@berkeley.edu or 510.225.8821 sponsored by student ASLA http://ucberkeleyasla.wordpress.com/ For disability accommodation requests, please contact Disability Access Services by phone at 510.643.6456 (voice) or 510.642.6376 (TTY) or by email at accessibility@berkeley.edu. Please attempt to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible.
    • + Mt. Diablo Campout
    • + Park(ing) Day 2011
    • + Park(ing) Day 2010
    • + Park(ing) Day 2010
    • + San Francisco Flower & Garden Show
    • + Courtyard Clean Up
    • + GROUNDUP Journal
    • + GROUND UPJournal GROUNDUP Journal
    • asla portfolio workshop snacks and drinks lecture (6-7) individual crits (7-8) tuesday ! nov16 6-8pm room 106+ Other Events
    • 16 ASLA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER EMERGING PROFESSIONALSASLA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CHAPTER EMERGING PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM BI-MONTHLY EVENTSThe NCC Emerging Professionals program was launched in January 2010 with a primary goal to engage the newer members of the profession FEB Panel Discussionand help them develop as professionals. We seek to achieve this goal by creating opportunities for networking, training, design experience, andmentor ship. 03 2011 Working Independently: Creating & Maintaining a Firm in Landscape Architecture WALKING TOUR OF MISSION BAY OPEN SPACESOur mission is: DEC Social Event- to identify and respond to the needs of those who are new to the profession of landscape architecture in northern California. 04 2010 ASLA Northern California Chapter Presidents’ Reception- to energize ourselves, our profession, and our communities through design and the sharing of ideas. and Winter Gala- to learn from the experiences of others and offer our own unique perspective.- to reach out, to welcome, and enjoy all that landscape architecture has to offer. OCT Panel Discussion / Office Tour 21 APRIL Candlestick Point State Recreation Area General Plan + 2010 Yosemite Slough Wetland Design / AECOM San FranciscoThe program is structured around the two areas of interest that our members have identified. Hence, the Emerging Professionals group is formed Office Tourby the members of the Networking/Training and those of the Pro-Bono subgroups. LIMITED SPACENetworking/Training: The role of the N/T subgroup is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and the building of professional relation- AUG Social Eventships and skills. 10 2010 Social Mixer at Thalassa Pool Hall & Bar in Berkeley ADMISSION FREEThe subgroup has established a Bi-monthly Events program that includes panel discussions on relevant topics, office and site visits, and socialgatherings. The subgroup aims to maintain a calendar of events relevant to Emerging Professionals. JUN Panel Discussion / Office Tour 15 Working in a Multi-disciplinary Firm / DC&E Office Tour please RSVP toPro-Bono: The P/B subgroup aims to provide Emerging Professionals with design experience, mentoring, and opportunities for community 2010involvement. It hopes to increase the visibility of the profession as a whole through pro-bono projects. MAR Site VisitThe subgroup has established a working relationship with the Friends of Sausal Creeks, and hopes to help them begin implementing their Water-shed Enhancement Plan. The subgroup currently focuses on conceptual design, demonstration projects, and community education efforts. 16 2010 Mint Plaza Tour with Calder Gillin from CMGCoordinating Committee: The coordinating committee represents the Emerging Professionals group to the public, and coordinates with the epinquiries@asla-ncc.org FEB Office Tour LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MONTH SOCIAL MIXER TO FOLLOWASLA NCC Executive Committee. 15 2010 MPA Design Office TourCoordinating Committee members: Henry Fleischmann, general inquiries Nikos Papadopoulos, N/T subgroup JAN Social Event George Waters, P/B subgroup 13 2010 Social Mixer and Kick-off Meeting at Jupiter in BerkeleyContact us:epinquiries@gmail.com, attn: Henry Fleischmann JOIN THE NEXT EP MEETING ONJoin us at ASLA-NCC Emerging Professionals on Land8Lounge.com TUESDAY, MARCH 1st 2011 + Other Events Northern California Chapter
    • LAEP COMMUNITY SERVICE PLANNING MEETING join us if you’d like to be part of planning spring 2011 community service projects! THURSDAY, 12/3 at 12:30 PM in 315D+ Other Events
    • thanks for exploring ASLA@Berkeley connect with us @ www.ced.berkeley.edu/groups/berkeleyasla