TAG: students

Cuyahoga Community College shares the keys to its NCLC win

April 5, 2023By
At the 2023 NCLC Tri-C secured their first-ever first-place victory. (Photo: Philippe Nobile Photography/National Association of Landscape Professionals)

Jim Funai, Ph.D., assistant professor of plant and landscape technology of Tri-C’s program, highlights the importance of competitions such as the National Collegiate Landscaping Competition for his students. read more

Arborjet awards Taking Root Scholarships to students interested in green industry

September 6, 2022By

Arborjet announces winning students of its Taking Root Scholarship program, which awards up to $10,000 toward studies including landscape architecture. read more

A Look Back: More than summer help

April 10, 2020By
March 1994 article (Source: LM Archives)

The March 1994 issue of Landscape Management offered tips for landscape pros to show students they’re more than just summer help. read more

Penn State students participate in field day with Husqvarna’s Automower

January 16, 2019By

How do you feel about robotic mowers? This is the question Penn State University students recently asked customers of Eichenlaub Inc., a full-service landscape firm based in Pittsburgh. Nearly 100 students took part in the field day hosted at Eichenlaub Inc.’s headquarters. The event included a live case study where students called and spoke directly with Eichenlaub Inc.’s customers to... read more

Syngenta scholarship program now accepting applications

April 5, 2016By

Applications are now open for the Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship program. Applicants are asked to share how they have been inspired by someone to be rooted in agriculture, how this inspiration has motivated them to pursue a degree and ultimately a career in the industry and how they plan to pay it forward and encourage others to be rooted in agriculture.... read more

TurfMutt releases elementary classroom materials

February 22, 2016By

TurfMutt, an environmental stewardship and education program, added new classroom materials for grades K to 5. In conjunction with Scholastic, TurfMutt created a digital storybook, titled “The West Coast Mission,” an online climate change game and lesson plans for teachers. The program helps students learn about science and the environment from the perspective of the backyard, community and personal green... read more