On the occasion of the meeting of the General Assembly held in Florence on 24 October 2021, the new composition of the Executive Board of UNISCAPE has been elected for the next three years term (2021-2024).
The Executive Board shall provide to run UNISCAPE. It is composed of the President, the Vice-Presidents and the Director (the Management Committee) and eight representatives appointed by the General Assembly among its own components.
The new composition of the Executive Board for the period 2021-2024 is the follow:
- Daniela COLAFRANCESCHI, Full Professor of Landscape Architecture at the UNIRC-Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (Italy).
- Cristóbal CRESPO, Professor at the School of Architecture (ETSAC) University of A Coruña (Spain), and Director of the Department of Architectural Projects, Urban Planning and Composition.
- Saša DOBRICIC, Associate Professor and Director of the Doctoral Programme in Cultural Heritage Studies at the University of Nova Gori?a (Slovenia). She acted as Vice-President of UNISCAPE from 2012 to 2021.
- Iva MRAK, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of civil Engineering at the University of Rijeka (Croatia) – Head of Department for Transportation Engineering, Construction Management, Technology and Architecture.
- Rita OCCHIUTO, Professor in Architecture and Landscape at the LabVTP Ville-Territoire-Paysage Faculty of Architecture, University of Liège (Belgium).
- Barbara TEMPELS, Assistant Professor at the Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning Chair Group at Wageningen University – the Netherlands.
- Veerle VAN EETVELDE, Professor of Landscape Research and Coordinator of Landscape Research Unit, Department of Geography at Ghent University (Belgium). She acted as Vice-President of UNISCAPE from 2012 to 2021.
- Margherita VANORE, Full Professor in Architectural and Urban Design, Coordinator of the Laboratory PRIDE (Pro Research in Integral Design Environment) for the Research Infrastructure IR.IDE. at the Università Iuav di Venezia (Italy).
The new EB was then asked to nominate the Director for the next 3 years:
Tessa MATTEINI, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Coordinator of the post-graduate Master in Landscape Architecture at the Department of Architecture of the University of Florence (Italy), who has been confirmed for a second term, in continuity with the work done so far.