This past fall, David Buckley Borden MLA ’11 joined the faculty of the College of Design’s School of Architecture and Environment at the University of Oregon as a visiting professor.

In addition to teaching studio and environmental-communication coursework through the lens of his practice, David will spearhead a new design-ecology initiative between the Department and the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest, a 16,000-acre Long-Term Ecological Research site in Oregon’s western Cascades Mountains. As a Harvard Forest Associate Fellow David will continue to collaborate with Harvard researchers to champion a cultural ecology supported by interdisciplinary environmental-communication. David also continues to work with landscape architecture firms as a consultant, including recent collaborations with Agency Landscape + Planning, Reed Hilderbrand Landscape Architects, Sasaki, and Rios.