Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Colorado at Denver, 2000
Bachelor of Science in Horticulture, Iowa State University, 1994
Gale Fulton is associate professor and chair of the Graduate Landscape Architecture Program. Prior to joining the faculty at UTK, he taught landscape architecture and urban design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Adelaide in South Australia. In addition to his experiences as an educator, Gale has practiced landscape architecture, urban design, and garden design at multiple firms across the United States. At the multi-disciplinary firm Civitas in Denver, Colorado, he worked on projects ranging widely in scale and scope such as the San Diego Riverpark Masterplan and concept plans for a multi-modal transit facility at Denver’s Union Station . In collaboration with Aptum Architecture, Gale has received awards on several competitions including the Gowanus Lowline in Brooklyn and the Network Reset competition in Chicago. His writing has been published broadly in such venues as Landscape Architecture Magazine, Landscape Journal, Kerb, and Landscape India.
Additional information about Gale Fulton’s design research and teaching may be viewed at his website, Landscape Intelligence.
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