Patrick Miller, FASLA, received the ASLA’s highest award for teaching excellence in ASLA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia: the Jot D. Carpenter Medal for Teaching Excellence. He’s an amazing teacher and mentor.
Miller, who teaches in the landscape architecture program and recently served as associate dean for graduate studies and outreach in the College of Architecture & Urban Studies at Virginia Tech, has emphasized landscape architecture’s contribution to human well-being through better design and planning, particularly addressing underprivileged or underrepresented communities. His personal integrity is highly regarded by all, and his impact stretches across programs in the United States and around the globe. Miller is a past-president of ASLA, a Fellow of ASLA, and a Fellow of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
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