Project investigator

Paul Hsu, ASLA

A Hard-Headed Professor Sometimes

Paul Hsu was born in Taiwan, ROC and was naturalized as an United State Citizen in 1985. He received Bachelor of Science Degree in Geography from National Taiwan University, Master of Landscape Architecture Degree from Cornell University, and is a Ph.D. candidate in Spatial Science and Engineering at University of Maine.

Paul is currently an Associate Professor teaching in the program of Landscape Architecture at Oklahoma State University. He is the PI of a National Science Foundation $50,000 grant project entitled, "The Use of Global Positioning System (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Computer Aided Design (CAD) for Real-Time Site Inventory, Analysis and Design. He is the recipient of three Oklahoma State Regents Quality Initiative Grants which allows him to attend Oklahoma Fall Arts Institute. His favor subjects include Global Positioning System, Geographic Information System, Computer Aided Design, site planning, and graphics techniques. Paul also taught computer aided design and construction courses at University of Idaho and Washington State University respectively. He also has extensive background in landscape design and installation.

Paul also has extensive involvement in many professional activities. Those projects include Wiggin's Rolling Green Golf Course, Oklahoma Botanical Garden and Arboretum Master Plan, Hartshorne Limestone Quarry Reclamation, Wilson's Creek National Battle Field Library Siting, Vici Community Beautification, Teako Community Park Plan, Riyadh Campus Landscape Design, and so on.

A sculpture "rejuvenation of a horse farm after fire" by Paul.

Take a look at Prof. Hsu's Vita please click here.

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