A workshop and presentation featuring Athina Georgiou Shippi (first year PhD in Landscape Architecture).

The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network was set up in 2013 as an interdisciplinary research network, interested in developing collaborative work in the Environmental Humanities throughout Scotland, the UK, and worldwide.

  • The Fire Station
    76-78 Lauriston Place
    EH3 9DE

This short workshop will allow participants to take a breather. It is about the importance of finding time for yourself, to tune in to where you’re at, how you’re feeling and to re-connect with your positive intentions.


Two alumni were selected in the Student Dissertation and Student Portfolio categories.

Design student, Magdalena Cattan, reviews the Naked Craft Network’s exhibition of contemporary work from Scotland and Canada.

Neil Cameron took a leap in the dark when he joined the first class of Landscape and Wellbeing - MSc in 2016. Neil shares his experience of the programme and how it allowed him multiple employment opportunities.

A Mental Health and Wellbeing Week feature by Professor Catharine Ward Thompson.

In this article, we focus on Paloma Stott who graduated in 2014 with an MSc in Landscape Architecture with distinction and went on to win the Landscape Institute Award 2014 for Best Student Portfolio.


  • Online

Join Programme Director, Arno Verhoeven, for an insight into our exciting new MA Design for Change, followed by an opportunity to ask questions.


  • David Hume Tower, Lecture Hall B
    George Square
    EH8 9JX

This lecture explores three concepts in relation to architecture; charisma, property, and nexus.