School of Architecture Dean Fritz Steiner was awarded the Society of Landscape Architects Community Service Award for his sustained, pro bono service to the community demonstrating sound principles and values of landscape architecture. Steiner contributes his expertise in environmental planning, design excellence and sustainable design to organizations and communities across the country. Steiner was appointed by the mayor to the City of Austin Bond Election Advisory Committee and serves on the Site/Landscape Design Committee for the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts. He has also held many leadership positions with the Landscape Architecture Foundation since 1995, including vice president for research and education, and president.
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