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The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has announced the recipients of its 2003 Student Awards. Of the 210 entries submitted for consideration, a seven-member ASLA jury selected the following 14 projects to receive first-place awards in 10 categories: UNDERGRADUATE INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Jennifer K. Margison, Student ASLA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas--Station Area Redevelopment for Rural Communities UNDERGRADUATE TEAM AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Ryan R. Binkowski, Associate ASLA, and Aaron Feldman-Grosse, Associate ASLA, The Pennsylvania State University--Sassi Di Matera: A Landscape Interpreted GRADUATE INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place George Hazelrigg, Associate ASLA, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University--The Thickness of Landscape, Horizontally and Vertically Considered GRADUATE TEAM AWARD RECIPIENT First Place Sadahisa Kato, Student ASLA, and Stanley J. Szwalek, III, University of Michigan--Revealing the Japanese Garden SECOND PROFESSIONAL INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Steve Roelof, University of Oregon -- Inevitable Emergence Claire Dorlac-Leach, University of Oregon -- An Artist's Garden CATEGORY: Design UNDERGRADUATE INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Jen Degidts, University of Guelph -- Integrating Bird Habitat with Golf Course Design Kristina White, University of Guelph -- Green Roofs: Second Nature Laura Thompson, Ball State University -- Pavonine Park: A Residential Park at 14th and U Sts., Washington, DC UNDERGRADUATE TEAM AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Brock Reimer, Student ASLA, and Ken Gibson, Kansas State University Tierra Segunda GRADUATE INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Sansern Kiatsupaibul, University of Florida --Urban Revitalization Through Green Infrastructure at Allapattah Neighborhood, Miami GRADUATE TEAM AWARD RECIPIENTS First Place Scott Chastain, Student ASLA, Matthew Edwards, and Bradley L. Martin, Auburn University --Borderlands Susan E. Atkinson, Student ASLA, and Kuo-Liang Liao, Student ASLA, University of Texas at Arlington --Native American Music Garden SECOND PROFESSIONAL INDIVIDUAL AWARD RECIPIENT First Place David Fletcher, Harvard University --Taylor Yard Master Plan

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