Mark Tepper is 2017 ASLA NY Upstate Chapter’s Distinguished SUNY ESF Student
New York, New York — Mark Tepper received the 2017 Distinguished SUNY ESF Student from the New York Upstate Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
This Distinguished Student (Cornell, SUNY ESF) award recognizes students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and service within the Department of Landscape Architecture or in other activities in the community related to the profession. Only two awards per year are conferred; one to a student from Cornell University and one from SUNY ESF.
Throughout his undergraduate course at SUNY ESF, Mark’s experience on consensus-building help develop programs that ensured collegiality and understanding, safety and well-being and respect for individual freedom and human rights.
“We could not be more proud of Mark Tepper, whose creativity and dedication to mastering his craft bring recognition to himself, to the Landscape Architecture Department and to SUNY ESF ,” stated David Kamp, FASLA, LF, NA and President of Dirtworks, PC. “This high-level recognition provides further evidence of the caliber of students who are attracted to the landscape architecture profession.”
The award will be presented at the Annual Awards Reception on February 9, 2018 in Ithaca, NY.