Ilze Stokmane

This project is funded by
Nordplus
 
Norden
In association with
ECLAS - European Council Of Landscape Arhitecture Schools

Position:

 Assist. professor at Faculty of Environment and Civil Engineering, Department of Landscape Architecture and Planning, Landscape Architecture and Planning Study Programme

Short curriculum:

 The Diploma of Landscape Architect acquired in 1998 after graduation from Landscape Architecture and Planning Study Programme, parallel acquired Bachelor degree in Environmental Science. I continued my Master studies in Master Study Programme “Regional Development and Management” and a Master’s Degree in Economics acquired in 2000. In 2010 a promotional paper “Competitiveness and Development Tendencies of Baltic countries” was defended and Doctoral Degree in the sub-sector of Regional Economics was acquired. I work in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Planning since 2002. The study courses “Economic Fundaments of Landscape Planning” and “Regional and Landscape Planning” are being taught to the students of LandscapeArchitecture.

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