Student

Holly Nelson

Ed.D. student
Design of Learning Environments
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  • Research Interests
    Critical social awareness for spatial analysis.
  • Biography

    As Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Rutgers, Holly Grace Nelson combines her professional design career with teaching and scholarship opportunities. She maintains an award-winning studio practice in Princeton, participates in American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) activities nationally and at the state chapter level (NJASLA), and mentors students to win professional awards and to present at academic and professional conferences. Because she continues her design work, she extends student learning with educational opportunities to develop a project for a client from concept through installation. Her studios have installed several campus gardens, and seven of her students received student design awards from the NJASLA and others.

  • Why the GSE?

    I was referred by colleagues! The EdD program has helped me achieve research and writing improvement.

  • Favorite Memory at the GSE
    Zoom lectures during covid!
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