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Douglas Kent  (’06, master’s in regenerative studies; ’10, master’s in landscape architecture). Image by Tom Zasadzinski

This year marks Douglas Kent’s (’06, master’s in regenerative studies; ’10, master’s in landscape architecture) decade milestone as a lecturer at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies. An activist and principal of Douglas Kent + Associates, Kent’s expertise...

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Guests gather inside The Commons at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

Elected officials and university leaders, alumni and prospective students, and faculty and students gathered on Nov. 1 to observe the ways that the vision of a landscape architecture professor has been sustained and how it has evolved since the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies opened its...

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Lyle Center Open House - Nov. 1, 2018, 5-7pm
November 1, 2018

The role of sustainability continues to evolve in the 21st century. Learn about the changing role of the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies as it approaches its 25th anniversary.

Take a tour of the Lyle Center grounds, mingle with faculty and alumni, and hear from current students and...

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Lyle Center 2nd Annual Clothing Drive participants. Front row: agrobiologist Jillian Gomez, Jane Pojawa, Jose Mejia. Back row: Clement Tsang, Felicia Reinert, Anna Cook, Doug Kent, Manuel Perez and Malik Rivers (Image courtesy of Jane Pojawa)

Editor's Note: The article below was submitted by Jane Pojawa ('19, master's in regenerative studies), the event's clothing drive coordinator. Pojawa's research focus at the Lyle Center is intentional communities -- people who live together with some...

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Regenerative Studies graduate Malik Rivers at the National Food Justice Summit (Image courtesy of Malik Rivers)

Editor's Note: The article below was submitted by Malik Rivers ('19, master's in regenerative studies), president of the Lyle Center Sustainability Student Association (LCSSA). Over...

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Maryam Shafahi demonstrates her aquaponics project at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies

Maryam Shafahi, associate professor of mechanical engineering, opened the university's summer seminar series by sharing highlights of her aquaponics project at the Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies.

Besides being efficient and environmentally friendly, aquaponic systems showcase many...

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RS graduate students Danielle Slabaugh, Angelica Rocha, Cassidy Furnari and Stephanie Gebhardt prepare for ASI's Earth Week.

Editor's Note: The following article was contributed by graduate student Malik Rivers ('19, regenerative studies). Rivers is one of the founding members of the Lyle Center Sustainability Student Association, re-launched this year with fellow regenerative studies graduate students ...

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MSRS Emily Nelson was selected for the position of Graduate Student-in-Residence at Mt. San Antonio Gardens for 2018-2019! 

Shaping the next generation of Architects

Architecture 2030 has teamed up with leading educators in the US to compile cutting-edge courses for Architecture and Planning Schools. 

The syllabi and projects are publicly available - click on the project links below!

The 2030 Curriculum Project...

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2 degrees Celcius
March 2, 2018

The 2°C Symposium is a unifying platform for the public, the architectural design community and the building industry to discuss and address the sustainability issues challenging our society today. 

Unfortunately, even with global awareness of and commitment to acting on climate change...

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