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CSLA Press Release - February 26, 2018

CSLA College of Fellows Announces 2018 Fellows-Elect

Ottawa – 26 February 2018 - The CSLA College of Fellows will welcome eight new members during the CSLA-OALA Conference, to be held April 5th to 7th, 2018, in Toronto, in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession over an extended period of time. They are:

Bruce Hemstock, BCSLA, BSLA, CSLA, LEED, AP
in the category of Executed Works

Ron Koudys, BLA, M.Ed., OALA, CSLA, ASLA, RLA (Mich), CLD
in the categories of Professional University Instructions and Direct Service to the Society

Tim McCulloch, AALA, CSLA
in the category of Executed Works;

Maurice Nelischer, OALA, CSLA
in the categories of Professional University Instructions and Direct Service to the Society.

Robert R. Norman, BLA, OALA, CSLA
in the categories of Administrative Professional Work in Public Agencies and Direct Service to the Society;

R. Kim Perry, BCSLA, CSLA, ASLA
in the category of Executed Works;

Gordon T. Smith, APALA, CSLA, MCIP
in the categories of Executed Works and Direct Service to the Society;

Jane M. Welsh, BLA, M.ScPL, OALA, CSLA
in the categories of Administrative Professional Work in Public Agencies and Direct Service to the Society.

Induction to the College of Fellows is the highest honour the CSLA bestows on its members. Candidates for Fellowship may be nominated by individuals through their CSLA component association. A jury of six Fellows, representing regions across Canada, selected the new Fellows based on extensive submissions documenting each candidate’s contributions to the profession.

Since the inception of the CSLA's College of Fellows in 1964, 237 members have been given the prestigious designation “FCSLA”, making it a true distinction and honour conferred by the Society.

The CSLA-OALA Conference, to be held from April 5th to 7th, 2018, in Toronto, is the premier networking and educational event for the growing Canadian landscape architecture profession. The CSLA represents all major decision-makers from Canada’s landscape architecture profession, including landscape architects from private practices, educational facilities, municipalities, government ministries and agencies.

For more information about the Congress, including registration information, tickets to the gala, the provisional program and speaker abstracts, visit http://www.csla-aapc.ca/events/2018conf

The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) is a professional organization with over 2,100 landscape architects as members represented by provincial and territorial associations plus academic programs across the nation. As the voice of the profession in Canada, the CSLA is an advocate for its members on issues such as urban renewal, sustainable development and cultural heritage.

CSLA College of Fellows Announces 2018 Fellows-Elect