Emily Greenwood, 2018.
Teaching Associate Professor • Landscape Architecture Major Coordinator
Landscape Architecture

Office: ENVD 112

Design-Build | Green Schoolyard Design | Stormwater Management | Land Conservation & Open Space | Ecology & Restoration | Historic Preservation | Climate Resilient Design

Emily Greenwood is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Program in Environmental Design at the University of Colorado Boulder, specializing in landscape architecture, urban planning, ecological design, and contextually responsive product design.

Emily’s professional work focuses on the design of sustainable native landscapes, design-build projects, wetland design, ecological restoration, trail and trailhead design, the design of green schoolyards and learning landscapes, and meaningful residential landscape designs. Emily has worked in open space where she balanced the preservation of open space and the increasing needs for recreation on open land. Her research includes published works on how learning landscapes can increase physical activity for children in underserved communities.

Emily holds a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver, a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder and a Paralegal Certificate with a focus in environmental law from the Colorado State University. Emily is also an avid rock climber, mountaineer, mountain biker and trail runner.