Charles Fulford

Charles Fulford

Associate Professor

Phone: 662-325-0507


Mailing Address:
Box 9725
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Office: LA Facility, Suite C103
845-3 Stone Blvd.
Education:
  • M.A., University of Idaho
  • B.L.A., Mississippi State University

Courses:
  • LA 8731 Graduate Seminar - Community Based Planning
  • LA 8532 Graduate Studio - Community Design
  • LA 4755 Design Studio III

Professional Experience:
  • Project Manager/Planner, William Maclay Architects and Planners, Waitsfield, Vermont, January 2004 - July 2006
  • Intern Architect, Dan Mullin Architecture, Moscow, Idaho,
  • Project Manager, Sherlock, Smith and Adams, Birmingham, Alabama
  • Project Manager, Caribbean Landscapes Inc., Naussau, Bahamas

Publications

2017
Summerlin, P. R., B. H. George, C. T. Fulford. 2017. Which software are you teaching? A survey of design software usage in landscape architecture curriculum. The International Journal of Architectonic, Spatial, and Environmental Design 11(4):1-11.
2015
Fulford, C., T., S. C. Artunc, 2015. Service-Learning and Urban Agriculture in Design Studios. In: Localizing urban food strategies. Farming cities and performing rurality. 7th International Aesop Sustainable Food Planning Conference Proceedings, Torino, 7?9 October 2015, edited by Giuseppe Cina and Egidio Dansero, Torino, Politecnico di Torino, 2015, pp 441?452. ISBN 978?88?8202?060?6. Download
2010
Fulford, C.T., R.F. Brzuszek. 2010. Out of your box: Fostering creativity in beginning design students. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2010
Schauwecker, T.J., J.B. Walker, C.T. Fulford, M. Seymour. 2010. The water looks clean: Public perception of water quality and stormwater design techniques in Mississippi and Alabama. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2010
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford, M. Seymour, T.J. Schauwecker. 2010. Is that visually desirable? A perception study of stormwater management facilities. Pages 60-61 in Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2009
Fulford, C.T., R. Sheridan. 2009. Utilizing an ecological worldview in design pedagogy: The yestermorrow model. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal 3:227-236.
2009
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford. 2009. Assessing integrating sustainability concepts into a beginning design studio. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal 3:15-30.
2009
Brzuszek, R.F., C.T. Fulford, H. Roberts. 2009. An assessment of integrating "green" into a first year landscape architecture studio. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2009
Fulford, C.T., R. Sheridan. 2009. Utilizing an ecological worldview in design pedagogy: The yestermorrow model. Proceedings of the Third Annual International Conference on Design Principles and Practices.
2009
Fulford, C.T., R. Sheridan. 2009. Yestermorrow school: A study in ecological design pedagogy. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2009
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford. 2009. Assessing integrating sustainability concepts into a beginning design studio. Proceedings of the Third Annual International Conference on Design Principles and Practices.
2008
Brzuszek, R.F., C.T. Fulford, H. Roberts, T.J. Schauwecker. 2008. Comparison of water quality program efforts for non-governmental organizations within Northern Gulf of Mexico watersheds. Journal of Extension Download
2008
Brzuszek, R.F., C.T. Fulford, T.J. Schauwecker, H. Roberts. 2008. Collaboration is key: A grass roots and agency approach to effective watershed management. Pages 224-228 in Proceedings, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture 2008-2009 Teaching + Learning Landscape.
2008
Brzuszek, R.F., C.T. Fulford, H. Roberts. 2008. The role non-governmental organizations and their effects concerning regional water quality within the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Pages 264-265 in Proceedings, 39th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association.
2008
Brzuszek, R.F., C.T. Fulford, H. Roberts. 2008. Evaluating program efforts of non-governmental organizations for watersheds within the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Bays and Bayous Symposium Proceedings 10:10.
2008
Fulford, C.T., J.B. Walker. 2008. Neshoba county fairgrounds: vernacular urbanism in rural Mississippi. Pages 314-315 in Proceedings of the Environmental Design and Research Association.
2008
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford, G.W. Wilkerson. 2008. An introduction to the stormwater chain for effective site-scale water management. Proceedings of the Conference on Ecological Services.
2007
Barbour, F.S., J.B. Walker, M. Seymour, C.T. Fulford. 2007. Recreation as a component of active living in low-income neighborhoods in rural Mississippi communities. Pages 47-48 in Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2007
Fulford, C.T., J.B. Walker. 2007. Evaluating the effectiveness of a sequence of videos to demonstrate the principles of sustainability in the design studio. Pages 193-194 in Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
2007
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford. 2007. Integrating digital media to translate design concepts. Page 49 in Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on the Beginning Design Student.

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63rd Edward C. Martin, Jr. Landscape Symposium

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

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