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2013 Class of Fellows from the Boston Chapter

Joseph Hibbard





Joseph Hibbard


Firm: Sasaki Associates, Watertown, Mass.
Education: BSLA, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
ASLA Chapter: Boston
Category: Works

Joseph Hibbard's campus planning and design projects range from large public universities to private liberal arts institutions. He has worked on more than 60 campus plans in the U.S. and Japan, upholding a consistent philosophy that the local sense of place is the foundation for campus form. His projects for Sasaki Associates have contributed to the firm's reputation as a national leader in comprehensive campus planning. His accomplishments exemplify interdisciplinary collaboration, and an inclusive design approach that has celebrated the meaning and significance of landscape architecture to his clients.

Robert Ryan





Robert Ryan


Institution: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Education: BSLA, CalPoly San Luis Obispo; MLA, Master's of Urban Planning and PhD in Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
ASLA Chapter: Boston
Category: Knowledge

Robert Ryan has increased the profession's knowledge base with regard to human factors, green infrastructure planning and research methods. He represents the profession in policy arenas from visual resource management to sustainable sites, and has enlightened us on how people develop emotional and psychological connections to landscape. He has taught a generation of landscape architects to engage in research as a practice strategy and thereby has inspired an ongoing quest to measure the effects of the profession on the world at large.

Pamela Shadley





Pamela Shadley


Firm: Shadley Associates, P.C., Lexington, Mass.
Education: BArch, University of Virginia; MLA, Harvard GSD
ASLA Chapter: Boston
Category: Leadership/Management

Pamela Shadley specializes in leading complex teams to design and develop plazas, streetscapes, waterfronts, schools and university work, economic revitalization projects, and public parks. She also has extensive expertise in green building and sustainability. Her business management, project leadership and volunteer service over decades represent a profound contribution to landscape architecture. She believes landscape architects can't make vital contributions without sound business practices. Her unrelenting optimism and vigor show others the energizing spirit and possibilities of landscape architecture.

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