LSU Landscape Architecture Student Receives Tipton Travel Award

Anjelica Sifuentes Received the Tipton Travel Award for her Capstone Project

April 25, 2018 - Firm News
Anjelica Sifuentes (BLA 2018) is investigating the U.S.-Mexico border for her Capstone project
Anjelica Sifuentes (BLA 2018) is investigating the U.S.-Mexico border for her Capstone project

LSU Landscape Architecture student Anjelica Sifuentes received the second annual Tipton Travel Award. Anjelica is a BLA 2018 candidate and won the 2017 Tipton Travel Award to support her travel for her Capstone research project “Redefining Our Borderlands.” The project investigates design concepts for alternative measures of border security between Mexico and the United States, informed by a social, cultural, and historical perspective. The award is gifted by Tipton Associates and is for the awarded student to use for travel during their subsequent semesters. Read more. Article courtesy of LSU College of Art & Design Communications Coordinator, Elizabeth Mattey