Halina Steiner’s Curbing Sediment
Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Halina Steiner’s ongoing research project Curbing Sediment was recently installed on Ohio State’s West Campus. The installation is just the latest in Steiner’s iterative design work meant to capture “first flush toxins” from roads before they make it into our water.
Halina Steiner Wins 2021 OCASLA Professional Honor Award
Landscape Faculty Present at 2023 Exhibit Columbus Design
Jennifer Clark: A Truly Exceptional Record
City and Regional Planning Section Head Dr. Jennifer Clark was recently appointed as Knowlton School Distinguished Professor. The university awards the permanent, honorific title on a competitive basis to full tenure track professors who have truly exceptional records in teaching, in research, scholarly or creative work, and in service.
Uneven Innovation: The Work of Smart Cities
Jennifer Clark Publishes “The state of urban research”
The article is authored by five scholars from disparate fields and reviews the status of the “urban” subfield in their…
Clark Publishes "What cities need now"
Uneven Innovation Wins UAA Best Book Award
Graduate Student Work
RECAP: A Review of Columbus' Climate Action Plan Efforts
City and Regional Planning Independent Study