Avoiding Monocultures of the Mind

by Ken Byrne The following essay was first published in the 2004 issue of con’text magazine. The first question asked of students on the [orientation] trip, even before the on-the-fly analysis of rotary and roundabout design, is “What do we not need to consider […]

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Living Shorelines on the Connecticut Coast

Conway alums consider climate resiliency On a sunny autumn day in New Haven, Kate Cholakis ’11 (Conway faculty) and Alison Maurer ’18 staffed Conway’s table at the Society for Ecological Restoration New England Chapter’s conference entitled “Connecting Communities and Ecosystems […]

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PARK(ing) Day Design Charrette

Conway hosted a design charrette* in our new space on Thursday, September 6, organized by the Western Mass chapter of the Boston Society of Landscape Architects (WMBSLA). Nearly forty attendees (including WMBSLA members, local landscape architects and designers, and students […]

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The Coach House: The Backstory

When Walt Cudnohufsky, who graduated from Harvard with a Masters in Landscape Architecture in 1965, developed the concept for the Conway School in the early 1970s, he imagined the school’s location in a city with access to libraries, activities, and […]

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Congratulations, Class of 2018!

Conway School’s Forty-Sixth Commencement June 23, 2018 Skies were grey, but spirits were decidedly bright as the eighteen members of the Class of 2018 and nearly one hundred friends, family members, faculty, staff, and trustees gathered under the protective roof […]

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