Carl Rogers Landscape Architecture Department Chair Candidate Presentation
Carl Rogers is a finalist for the position of chair of the Iowa State University Department of Landscape Architecture. His campus interviews will be March 29-30. His public presentation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, in room 0416 Design, following by a discussion/question-and-answer period. Those who attend the public presentation are asked to fill out an evaluation form and submit it by 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, to Linda Galvin in the Administrative Services Office, 146 Design, or Jenn Wiederin in the Dean’s Office, 134 Design.
Rogers is an associate professor and interim chair of the ISU Department of Landscape Architecture. He joined the landscape architecture faculty in the ISU College of Design in 2000. He has taught courses in site engineering, site design and professional practice. Since 2011 he has directed the Community Design Lab, a collaboration between the College of Design and ISU Extension and Outreach. He served as the college’s Core Design Program director and Design Studies 102 studio coordinator in spring 2012. He has served as interim chair of the department since July 2016.
Prior to joining ISU, Rogers had been a landscape architect in training with Searle and Searle Landscape Architects in Providence, Rhode Island (1995-97), and RDG Crose Gardner Schukert (now RDG Planning and Design) in Des Moines (1997-98), and a landscape architect with Herbert Lewis Kruse Blunck Architecture, also in Des Moines (1998-2004).
Rogers holds a Bachelor of Architecture (1993) from Kansas State University and a Master of Landscape Architecture with honors (1997) from the Rhode Island School of Design. He received the Raymond G. and Lula G. Polster Teaching Award from the ISU College of Design and a Creative Achievement Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, both in 2008.