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Annaliese Bischoff is an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and a Faculty Advisor with Commonwealth College.

She holds a B.A. in Art and German from Brown University, 1975, (with one year of study at the University of Freiburg) and an M.L.A. from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at State University of New York in Syracuse and Syracuse University, 1979.

During the spring of 2003 Professor Bischoff served as the Resident Director of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Exchange Program based in Freiburg, Germany. From 1992-1997 she served as the Associate Director of the University Writing Program in Amherst. Professor Bischoff teaches junior year writing, the history and theory of the built environment, undergraduate studios in landscape architecture and a graduate studio on cultural landscape preservation. Her research focuses on the cultural influences that shape the landscape with an emphasis on historic identity and landscape character. In 1991, Fulbright awarded her with a senior research grant for study in Berlin.

Professor Bischoff has published numerous articles and book chapters. Her work has received merit awards in research and design from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) and the Boston Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA) Professional Awards Program. She has served as the President of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), 1985 - 1986, and the President of the Design Communication Association (DCA), 1992-1994, and the editor of the Guide to International Education for the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), 2002-2005. Current research examining the landscape etchings of Frank A. Waugh, the founding head of the landscape architecture program here at the University of Massachusetts, is the foundation for a monograph.




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