Azzurra Cox is 2016 National Olmsted Scholar

Azzurra Cox is 2016 National Olmsted Scholar

Azzurra CoxLOEBlogger Azzurra Cox (MLA1 ’17) has made us proud:  the Landscape Architecture Foundation has named her a 2016 National Olmsted Scholar. The $25,000 graduate prize will enable Cox to continue her research to develop a vision for the revival of Greenwood Cemetery, an endangered heritage landscape and the first nondenominational commercial cemetery for African Americans in the St. Louis area. Learn more.

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