Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Master of Landscape Architecture
The Ohio State University
BS, Landscape Architecture
Leehu Loon is the Associate Dean of Administration for the College of Architecture as well as the Director of the Division of Landscape Architecture. Additionally, Leehu is an Associate Professor and the Graduate Liaison for the Division of Landscape Architecture in the College of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma. Leehu currently teaches graduate level courses relating to urban design, construction materials, site grading, stormwater management and GIS. Prior to his appointment at the University of Oklahoma, Leehu taught at the George Washington University and practiced landscape architecture in Washington, DC. Leehu is a licensed landscape architect in the state of Oklahoma and practices on a part-time basis.
Licensed Landscape Architect, State of Oklahoma. (January 11, 2008-Present).
Member, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. (August 2005-Present).
Member, Oklahoma Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. (July 2005-Present).
Member, American Society of Landscape Architects. (June 1999-Present).
Little, S. E., Loon, L., Amoroso, N. (2016). “The Hybrid Zone in Divergent and Convergent Thinking.” Representing Landscapes: Hybrid Routledge, 72-85.
Featured Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research
Gibbs College of Architecture All-Around Administrator Award, Gibbs College of Architecture. (January 2019).
H. Russell Pitman Professor of Architecture, College of Architecture. (August 1, 2017).