03 February 2013

Recruiting thoughts

As Acting Graduate Director, I have been talking to potential students about Rutgers' graduate program in landscape architecture and have been trying to explain, specific to their situation, why this is the best landscape architecture program in the northeast or in the US. Clearly one of the most important things is that both the BSLA and MLA program are situated within Rutgers' School of Environmental and Biological Sciences making one of the best schools for linking ecology and landscape architecture.

Our students are getting international recognition for landscape architectural design and landscape architecture in tropical or neo-tropical environments.

For others, our strong record of finding funding for students in landscape architecture is important.

What else stands out?

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