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Li Accepts Leadership Role in Landscape Architecture Association

Ming-Han Li

Dr. Ming-Han Li

Ming-Han Li, SWUTC researcher and associate professor in Texas A&M’s Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, has been elected vice president of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), an international association which advances education, research and outreach.

Li was named first vice president/president-elect at CELA’s national conference in Baltimore, Md., March 26-29. He will serve one-year terms as first vice president, president and past president over the next three years. Li has served in leadership positions for the council since 2007.  He also received CELA’s Outstanding Communications Award, which recognizes landscape architecture educators who have coordinated abstract and paper reviews for CELA’s annual conferences since 2008.

Li, who joined the Texas A&M faculty in 2003, is interested in stormwater management, bioretention, soil erosion control, streambank bioengineering and sustainable landscape technology.