Frederick R. Steiner, FASLA
The Community Service Award recognizes sustained, pro bono service to the community demonstrating sound principles or values of landscape architecture.
Frederick R. Steiner, FASLA, Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, will be awarded the Community Service Award for his sustained, pro bono service to the community demonstrating sound principles and values of landscape architecture. Steiner contributes his expertise in environmental planning, design excellence, and sustainable design to organizations and communities across the country. Steiner was appointed by the mayor to the City of Austin Bond Election Advisory Committee and serves on the Site/Landscape Design Committee for the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts. From 2002 to 2006, he served on the Board for the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, which he worked to bring into the University of Texas system in order to provide more resources to the Center. Steiner works with Envision Central Texas project and co-chairs the Land Use and Transportation Committee. He has also held many leadership positions with the Landscape Architecture Foundation since 1995, including as vice president for research and education and as president.
Read the nomination letter from F. Christopher Dimond, FASLA, and support letters from Jean S. Kavanaugh, FASLA, Kenneth R. Brooks, ASLA, George Cofer, and Dennis McDaniel.