Dale Sutliff, ASLA

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Position Professor Emeritus
Email dalesutliff@me.com
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Faculty Biography

Dale Sutliff, ASLA, is a professor emeritus in the Landscape Architecture Department. A licensed landscape architect, he has been actively involved in professional practice projects throughout his career that encompass a full spectrum of the profession. His background has included both private and public sector practice, and has ranged from design and planning for gardens and homes through leisure/recreation based projects and open space planning, to housing and community design as well as environmental assessment and regional planning. This background has been incorporated in his teaching and academic guidance of the department. Environmental and social implications in design are at the forefront of his teaching, practice and research. Sutliff holds a BSLA degree from Cal Poly University, Pomona, and a Masters of Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Final Reviews

Come by Dexter to check out projects done by students in the Landscape Architecture department from fall quarter.