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Alumni Distinguished Professor Emerita of Horticulture Receives Prestigious Honor

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Mary Haque, Alumni Distinguished Professor Emerita of Horticulture

Mary Haque, Alumni Distinguished Professor Emerita of Horticulture, received The American Society of Landscape Architects Fellow for 2018. The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has elevated 31 members as Fellows for their exceptional contributions to the landscape architecture profession and society at large. Election to the ASLA Council of Fellows is among the highest honors the ASLA bestows on members and is based on their works, leadership and management, knowledge and service.  Information about Mary’s accomplishments are below. Click HERE for full article.  Mary will be honored at the ASLA 2018 Annual meeting in Philadelphia in October, 2018. Congratulations to Mary!!!!

Mary Taylor Haque, ASLA
Clemson University
Clemson, South Carolina

Mary Taylor Haque of Clemson University received her nomination, in Knowledge, from the South Carolina Chapter. A gifted speaker and prolific author throughout her career, Haque has pursued every endeavor with enthusiasm and excellence. Thousands of students have come out of her classes steeped in the methodology and discipline of landscape architecture and endowed with the ability to synthesize, think creatively and systemically, and work together with their peers and clients. As scholar, mentor, and educator, Haque has promoted the importance of landscape architecture through a vast body of knowledge and array of projects. Haque and her collaborators have designed more than 250 projects across South Carolina. Her planning and design contributions include residences, businesses, institutions, recreational facilities, urban restorations, and municipal projects. For over three decades, Haque has been a passionate advocate for the use of sustainable landscape architecture, active living, and low-impact development principles. Her three dozen awards are a testament to her devotion to the profession, the education of budding professionals, and her work to bring the wonders of landscape architecture to children of all ages.