Student Clubs

In addition to the Landscape Architecture clubs listed below, there are other clubs supported by each department and the CAED that can be found on the CAED Student Clubs web page.

Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (SCASLA)

The ASLA student chapter is a student organization that is affiliated with the American Society of Landscape Architects. Our mission is to promote education, community involvement, student activities, a sense of spirit and pride, wise planning, and artful design of our cultural and natural environments. ASLA involvement is quite extensive -- from community clean-ups, Habitats for Humanity, Open House activities, garden show exhibits, national professional and student conference participation, interdisciplinary activities, and inviting guest speakers to share their knowledge.

To learn more about SCASLA, connect with the club on Facebook or send the club an email.

Fall 2015 Officers

Brandon Cornejo, President

Melanie Buffa, Vice President

Kevin Tanchanco, Secretary

Ian Larsen, Treasurer

Kodsart Denaro, Volunteer Chair

Megan Savage, Events Chair

Scott Sibley, Fundraising Chair

Marley Symmes, Public Relations Coordinator

Nathan Torres, Historian

Nicholas Crump, CAED Representative

Chelsea Keith, ASLA Student Representative

 

Winter/Spring 2016 Officers

Brandon Cornejo/ Wayne Nemec, President

Melanie Buffa, Vice President

Kevin Tanchanco, Secretary

Michelle Tran, Treasurer

Kodsart Denaro, Volunteer Chair

Megan Savage, Events Chair

Scott Sibley, Fundraising Chair

Marley Symmes / Nicholas Kong, Public Relations Coordinators

Nathan Torres, Historian

Nicholas Crump, CAED Representative

Chelsea Keith, ASLA Student Representative

Advisor

David J. Watts, Associate Professor (Fall 2015) / Christine Edstrom O'Hara, Associate Professor (Winter/Spring 2016)

Sigma Lambda Alpha Honor Society - Theta Chapter (SLA)

This National Honor Society for Landscape Architecture students invites for membership those students with a 3.2 GPA and higher. The activities of the Cal Poly SLO Theta Chapter are geared toward academic and professional development, such as inviting outside professionals to come in for reviews of projects or lectures. Overall, Chapter members try to encourage students to perform well and inspire them toward the professional world of landscape architecture.

2015-16 Members

Melanie Buffa
Mayra Conncepcion
Rachel Dobronyi
Natalie Montoya
Claire Thompson
Juliana Welch

Advisor

Margarita Hill, Professor
 

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