Dr. Tai is Professor of Landscape Architecture and a practicing Landscape Architect. A registered landscape architect, her work is characterized by a sustainable design approach that minimizes and mitigates impact to the natural landscape.
She has written articles on computer technology, landscape architecture education, service learning, design build, and outdoor environments for children, which have been published in Landscape Architecture Magazine, Landscape Journal, Landscape Review, and other journals. She is the co-author of several award winning books, including Designing Outdoor Environments for Children (2006, McGraw-Hill).
Courses taught by Dr. Tai include design studios, materials and methods of construction, site engineering, and computer graphics and design.
Senior Associate Dean of Ambler College and Campus, Temple University
Chair of the Landscape and Horticulture Department, Temple University
Professor, Temple University
Professor, Clemson University
Lolly Tai, Landscape Architect
Hart/Howerton, Architects and Planners
Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects
Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Landscape Architecture
Accreditation visiting team
Peer of the United States General Services Administration
President of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Society of Landscape
Chair of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Landscape Architect
Advisory Council (Registration Board)
Award of Distinction for Teaching, Research, and Service excellence from the Council
of Educators in Landscape Architecture
Bradford Williams Medal from the American Society of Landscape Architects for
provocative writing in Landscape Architecture Magazine
President’s Award of Excellence for the book, Designing Outdoor Environments for Children from the PA/DE American Society of Landscape Architects
American Society of Landscape Architects and Campus Planning and Design