Master's of Landscape Architecture

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Kenny Langley

Kenny Langley

The WET (Wetland Education Theater) project is going to break ground sometime this fall, so we thought we'd catch up with some of the people who've been instrumental in the project to find out what it's all about. The project site is to the east and south of the landscape architecture facility and was the brainchild of several MSU graduate students including 2008 MLA Alum Kenny Langley. During his time at MSU, Kenny volunteered at the local farmers' market, was involved in the creation of the Landscape Architecture Delegates program and served as a graduate research and teaching assistant. His graduate thesis investigated the effects of land use policy on water quality in Covington, Louisiana.

Since 2009, Kenny has been working as the Project Coordinator for the Science Enrichment Program (SEP) at the Mississippi University for Women in Columbus. The SEP provides science outreach activities for K-12 students and teachers and was a perfect fit for Kenny, who was a former high-school science teacher. During these past few years, Kenny has remained involved in WET, working diligently to see the project funded, designed, approved and built. We caught up with him to find out more about the project and what else he's been working on these past few years.

To see the complete interview with Kenny Langley and images of work, follow this link to the Department's blog.


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