The Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects is inviting professionals to an Open Call for Presentations for the 2015 Annual Meeting to be held May 1-2, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. This year’s theme is: Prove It. Metrics of Design.

We are seeking an interesting mix of presenters from all sectors of the Landscape Architecture world. On the submission application, we ask that presenters describe how their topic will fit into the theme of the meeting and into which track during the meeting the information may be of interest.

The meeting will offer a diverse selection of educational sessions and tours. All selected presenters will receive complimentary lunch admission to the meeting on the day of their presentation. All submissions must be done via the electronic submission form at the link provided below. The PA-DE Chapter Annual Meeting Planning Committee looks forward to reviewing your submission application. Please pass along this information to others that may be interested in contributing to our meeting.

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