Cheryl Barton '68 is an internationally known leader in the shift toward resilient futures through landscape architecture and green urbanism. Barton heads up an eponymous 10-person urban planning and design firm in San Francisco. She is a fellow of the American Academy in Rome and fellow and past president of the American Society of Landscape Architects. The following photos illustrate some of her favorite projects.

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Cheryl Barton '68

Photo courtesy of the office of Cheryl Barton

The Fields Park, Portland, Ore.

Photo by Todd Trigsted

The Fields Park, Portland, Ore.

Photo by Randy Kashka

The Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Gardens – Education and Visitor Center, San Marino, Calif.

Photo by Millicent Harvey

Rosie the Riveter National Memorial and Marina Bay Park, Richmond, Calif.

Photo courtesy of the Office of Cheryl Barton

University of Virginia – South Lawn, Charlottesville, Va.

Photo courtesy of the Office of Cheryl Barton

Gap Urban Campus Headquarters, San Francisco, Calif.

Photo courtesy of the Office of Cheryl Barton

Gap Urban Campus Headquarters, San Francisco, Calif.

Photo by Mario Brenner

Gap Urban Campus Headquarters, San Francisco, Calif.

Photo by Mario Brenner

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Personalizing the Great War

The Female Institute, 1892

In May, a research team led by Professor David Del Testa, history, with the help of Professor Adrian Mulligan, geography, and student researchers Amy Collins '18, Anthony Paolella '18, Julia Carita '20 and Julia Stevens '20, will spend 10 days in France and Belgium, retracing the experiences of a select few Bucknellians.

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