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Landscape Studies

Resources & LInks

Smith's own campus and the Five College Consortium offer a wealth of academic resources available to students. Together with outstanding speakers and access to professional organizations, students may design and research projects dealing with nearly any topic.

Resources at Smith

Academic Programs

American Studies


Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Biological Sciences

Comparative Literature

English Language and Literature

Environmental Science and Policy


First-Year Seminars

French Studies

Centers & Resources

Botanical Gardens at Smith College

Center for Community Collaboration

Green Smith

Libraries: Landscape Studies Resources

Praxis: Funded Summer Internships

Smith Center for the Environment, Ecological Design, and Sustainability (CEEDS)

Five College Resources

Five College Architectural Studies

Mount Holyoke College

Miller Worley Center for the Environment

University of Massachusetts

Architecture + Design

Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning (LARP)

Landscape Studies and Environmental Design

Professional Organizations

American Society of Landscape Architects

American Society of Civil Engineers

Boston Society of Architects

Cultural Landscape Foundation

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection


Foundation for Landscape Studies

Goethe-Institut Kanada

Library of American Landscape History

National Wildlife Federation-Campus Ecology

New York Housing Authority

Society of Architectural Historians

Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences (Northwestern University)

Program in Plant Biology and Conservation


WFCR Field Notes: Exploring New England's Natural Environment