Gregory A. Miller FASLA, National ASLA President-Elect Greg Miller, PLA, ASLA is President of the firm Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Ltd. in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Greg earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Texas A&M University and is a licensed landscape architect in New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, California, Ohio and Illinois.     Greg has taught as an Adjunct Professor in the Master of Landscape Architecture Program at the University of New Mexico for 12 years.  He teaches Materials and Construction Techniques as well as Water and the Landscape. He has worked diligently to strengthen the connection between the professional community and students through his service as a mentor, thesis committee member, and liaison to the student chapter. He has also spent 6 years teaching in the Art in the School Program, a volunteer program that fosters the love of art and design at the elementary school level.   

Gregory A. Miller

FASLA, National ASLA President-Elect

Greg Miller, PLA, ASLA is President of the firm Morrow Reardon Wilkinson Miller, Ltd. in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Greg earned a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Texas A&M University and is a licensed landscape architect in New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, California, Ohio and Illinois.  
 
Greg has taught as an Adjunct Professor in the Master of Landscape Architecture Program at the University of New Mexico for 12 years.  He teaches Materials and Construction Techniques as well as Water and the Landscape. He has worked diligently to strengthen the connection between the professional community and students through his service as a mentor, thesis committee member, and liaison to the student chapter. He has also spent 6 years teaching in the Art in the School Program, a volunteer program that fosters the love of art and design at the elementary school level.   

Nick Tucker #GOTDRONE: Using UAV Technology in Landscape and Planing.   Nick is a Project Manager and a Vice President of Energy services at Crafton Tull. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Agricultural Business from Arkansas State University (2003) and an Associates of Applied Science in Land Surveying Technology degree from the University of Arkansas at Morrilton (2007). Nick has over 14 years of experience in all types of surveys including ALTA/NSPS surveys, Boundary Surveys, Construction and Route Surveys, Transmission Line surveys, Oil and Gas Pipeline and Well Surveys and Residential and Commercial Design surveys. He has extensive knowledge in all Autodesk software including AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, and Recap. Nick manages survey projects for multiple large scale National retail companies across the United States.

Nick Tucker

#GOTDRONE: Using UAV Technology in Landscape and Planing.  

Nick is a Project Manager and a Vice President of Energy services at Crafton Tull. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Agricultural Business from Arkansas State University (2003) and an Associates of Applied Science in Land Surveying Technology degree from the University of Arkansas at Morrilton (2007). Nick has over 14 years of experience in all types of surveys including ALTA/NSPS surveys, Boundary Surveys, Construction and Route Surveys, Transmission Line surveys, Oil and Gas Pipeline and Well Surveys and Residential and Commercial Design surveys. He has extensive knowledge in all Autodesk software including AutoCAD, Revit, Civil 3D, and Recap. Nick manages survey projects for multiple large scale National retail companies across the United States.

Kimball Erdman Explorations in Digital Communications at the University of Arkansas and Speculations on Practical Applications. Kimball Erdman is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in landscape architecture from Utah State University and the University of Oregon, and he garnered ten years of professional experience in private practice prior to joining the Arkansas faculty eight years ago. Kimball’s specialties lie in the sub-disciplines of history and historic preservation, and he frequently combines efforts to document, preserve, and interpret endangered cultural landscapes with service-learning opportunities for students.

Kimball Erdman

Explorations in Digital Communications at the University of Arkansas and Speculations on Practical Applications.

Kimball Erdman is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture in the Fay Jones School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in landscape architecture from Utah State University and the University of Oregon, and he garnered ten years of professional experience in private practice prior to joining the Arkansas faculty eight years ago. Kimball’s specialties lie in the sub-disciplines of history and historic preservation, and he frequently combines efforts to document, preserve, and interpret endangered cultural landscapes with service-learning opportunities for students.

 
Judy Byrd Brittenum, FASLA Garvan Panel: Early Beginnings Judy Byrd Brittenum, is Emeritus Professor, Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.  She holds a graduate degree from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge and practiced landscape architecture professionally before joining the UA faculty.  Brittenum was faculty liaison to Verna Cook Garvan until her death and has written extensively about the Gardens, Garvan and other notable Hot Springs national landscapes and those persons influencing them. She has been a member of the Gardens Advisory Board, Executive Committee and Architectural Design Board. Brittenum, a native of Stuttgart, has served as Arkansas ASLA President and Trustee.  She was National Vice President of Communication, advisor to Landscape Architecture Magazine and ASLA Website.  Brittenum served as inaugural honorary chair and is a member of The Verna C. Garvan Society.

Judy Byrd Brittenum, FASLA

Garvan Panel: Early Beginnings

Judy Byrd Brittenum, is Emeritus Professor, Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.  She holds a graduate degree from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge and practiced landscape architecture professionally before joining the UA faculty.  Brittenum was faculty liaison to Verna Cook Garvan until her death and has written extensively about the Gardens, Garvan and other notable Hot Springs national landscapes and those persons influencing them. She has been a member of the Gardens Advisory Board, Executive Committee and Architectural Design Board.

Brittenum, a native of Stuttgart, has served as Arkansas ASLA President and Trustee.  She was National Vice President of Communication, advisor to Landscape Architecture Magazine and ASLA Website.  Brittenum served as inaugural honorary chair and is a member of The Verna C. Garvan Society.

Becca Ohman Garvan Panel: Today At Garvan  Garden Director, Garvan Woodland Gardens Collaboration and technology methods for growth and development at Garven Gardens. Strategies for determining technology needs and resources required for mater planning, site design and construction in a public garden.   Mark Robertson Garvan Panel: Ecology of the Site FASLA, LEED-AP, Principal, MESA Landscape Architects A Native Plant Inventory and Site Analysis for Twentieth Century Gardens in Hot Springs, Arkansas Overview of the site ecology pre-development & significant findings. Recognizing microclimates and existing plant cultures.

Becca Ohman

Garvan Panel: Today At Garvan 

Garden Director, Garvan Woodland Gardens

Collaboration and technology methods for growth and development at Garven Gardens. Strategies for determining technology needs and resources required for mater planning, site design and construction in a public garden.  

Mark Robertson

Garvan Panel: Ecology of the Site

FASLA, LEED-AP, Principal, MESA Landscape Architects

A Native Plant Inventory and Site Analysis for Twentieth Century Gardens in Hot Springs, Arkansas

Overview of the site ecology pre-development & significant findings. Recognizing microclimates and existing plant cultures.

Windy Gay, MLA Fay Windy Gay, MLA,  Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, Instructor, Departments of Landscape Architecture and Interior Design. Research interests include The representation of landscape architecture and recently explorations in threshold and interdisciplinary design education. Windy team teaches the interdisciplinary first year studio sequence.  She also teaches Design Communication, Digital Media in Design, as well as interdisciplinary electives exploring the use of alternative technologies in the exploration and representation of space. In addition to her teaching position, she keeps a small landscape design practice in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Windy Gay, MLA Fay

Windy Gay, MLA,  Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, Instructor, Departments of Landscape Architecture and Interior Design. Research interests include The representation of landscape architecture and recently explorations in threshold and interdisciplinary design education. Windy team teaches the interdisciplinary first year studio sequence.  She also teaches Design Communication, Digital Media in Design, as well as interdisciplinary electives exploring the use of alternative technologies in the exploration and representation of space. In addition to her teaching position, she keeps a small landscape design practice in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

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