Melissa Bagga and Frank Hammond are teaching two sections of Arch 321 Site + Environment in Fall 2013, in conjunction with Visiting Assistant Professor Jonathan Bell, AIA.
Bagga received her Master of Landscape Architecture from RISD, a Teaching Certificate from the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning at Brown University, and her BS in Journalism and East Asian Culture from Indiana University. She currently practices with Searle and Searle Landscape Architects in Providence, and has been involved at RISD including as an Assistant to the Department Head, and in teaching, and at DesignBridge in Chicago. She is the recipient of a Helen Hackney McColl Scholarship, and a member of the ASLA.
Hammond received his Master of Landscape Architecture form RISD, and a Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida. He has worked with Mikyoung Kim Design in Boston, with Populous in Kansas City on major stadium projects in the US, and at Nolte Associates, Dimond Architecture and BRR in Kansas City. Hammond has taught at RISD, and is the recipient of a RISD Graduate Fellowship in Landscape Architecture, a Kansas City Young Architects Forum Design Award and a Design Excellence Award from the University of Florida.