Rob is currently teaching two courses in the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture at Louisiana State University: a seminar in contemporary landscape theory, entitled “Gantry Cranes, Kudzu Fields, and Rolling Blackouts”, and a graduate studio, “Aorta”, which is looking at landscape futures for the Houston Ship Channel. You can learn more about these courses by clicking on their names and visiting the course websites. Together with Mason White (Lateral Office, University of Toronto), Rob also led the School of Landscape Architecture’s Design Week 2013, an intensive three-day design exercise involving a vertically integrated groups of undergraduate and graduate students from both landscape architecture and architecture, studying speculative futures for container ports across the globe.
Before joining LSU, Rob was with Virginia Tech’s MLA program as adjunct faculty for four semesters, teaching two seminars on digital representation of landscape and two graduate studios. You can find the archived course website for the first digital representation seminar here.