PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS

VanWieren, R. 2016. Best in Show: Patterns of Representation in American Society of Landscape Architects Student Awards. Design Communication Association Conference Proceedings.

VanWieren, R. 2016. Land Reclamation in Butte, MT: design for aligning cultural and ecological assets. Montana Tech, Biological Sciences Restoration Seminar, Invited speaker.

VanWieren, R. 2016. Initiating integration. Idaho & Montana Recreation & Park Associations Conference, Invited speaker.

VanWieren, R. 2015. The Student Farm Design Project: a design framework for student farm landscapes on public university campuses. Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference.

VanWieren, R. and Bartlett, M. 2014. Shine Bright Like a Diamond: teaching strategies for moving beyond the ‘scenic’. Council for Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference.

Nassauer, J.I. and VanWieren, R. 2008. Vacant Property Today and Tomorrow: Building enduring values with natural assets, Michigan Sea Grant, Genesee County Land Bank, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Michigan.

Nassauer, J.I., VanWieren, R., Wang, Z., and Kahn, D. 2008. Vacant Land as a Natural Asset: Enduring Land Values Created by Care and Ownership. Research report for the Genesee Institute.

Dowdell, J, Duchon, E M, LaClergue, D, and VanWieren, R. 2008. Time and Space as Dynamic Elements in Sustainable Brownfield Redevelopment, National Brownfields Conference.

Dowdell, J, Duchon, E M, LaClergue, D, and VanWieren, R. 2007. Reimagining Chevy in the Hole. Project Report. Genesee Country Land Bank, Genesee Institute, and University of Michigan.

Dowdell, J, Duchon, E M, LaClergue, D, and VanWieren, R. 2007. Reimagining Chevy in the Hole. Masters Opus, University of Michigan.

Dowdell, J, Duchon, E M, LaClergue, D, and VanWieren, R. 2007. LID in the Rust Belt: Stormwater in Normative Scenarios for Flint, Michigan, National Low Impact Development Conference.