Congratulations to Tiger Twelve senior Joshua Crawford! Joshua is graduating from the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture this May!
“LSU has provided me with a plethora of knowledge and opportunities to succeed both in and outside of the classroom,” Crawford says.
“My professors, work supervisors, colleagues, and LSU’s support staff have encouraged me to strive for success, participate in meaningful conversations, and create designs that have a real-world impact.”
Future Plans: “I will be moving to Aspen, Colorado in August to work as a designer for Design Workshop, an international landscape architecture, urban design, and planning company. After gaining several years of experience, I plan on attending graduate school for urban planning and design to broaden my knowledge and scope as a designer with the possibility of returning to academia to teach.”
Since 2003, LSU has presented the Tiger Twelve honor to 12 students graduating each calendar year. Students selected as members of the Tiger Twelve are undergraduate seniors who contribute positively to the life of the campus, surrounding community, and society and who demonstrate commitment to intellectual achievement, inclusive excellence, leadership in campus life, and service. All must carry at least a 2.5 cumulative grade-point average. This year’s class GPA average is 3.97.
Pictured (left) are Assistant Professor Kevin Benham in the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, and Joshua Crawford, one of the Tiger Twelve cohort class of 2023.
Photos by LSU Campus Life.