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University Landscape Architect
Mark has been the University Landscape Architect at Duke University since 2000. He is involved in all aspects of design, planning, historic preservation, and natural resource management on the Olmsted Brothers-designed campus. In his time at Duke, he has overseen the design and implementation of over 100 acres of newly designed landscapes. His previous experience includes the Central Park Conservancy in New York City.
He is a prolific writer, and focuses on issues associated with cultural, campus, and urban landscapes. He is a frequent contributor to Landscape Architecture Magazine, and writes for numerous other print and online publications, including Chronicle of Higher Education, Places Journal, Planetizen, and an upcoming book by Dumbarton Oaks. He is Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and, in 2011, he was awarded the Bradford Williams Medal for excellence in writing about landscape.
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