Mark Eischeid

Assistant Professor
Landscape Architecture
Research Interests:
20th and 21st century American design and art, philosophical and critical aesthetics, design history pedagogy, critical practice in art/design
Phone: 541-346-3834
Office: 216 Lawrence Hall

BS, Stanford University (Applied Earth Science)
MLA, UC Berkeley
MFA, Edinburgh College of Art (Art Space + Nature, with Distinction)
PhD, University of Edinburgh

Mark R. Eischeid is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Oregon where he teaches history, theory, and design studios.  His research focuses on the history, theory, critique, and aesthetics of 20th and 21st century landscape architecture.  Mark is a licensed landscape architect (California) and has worked for Sasaki Associates and Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture on campus, waterfront, and residential projects in the US and Asia.  Mark is also a practicing artist, has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the UK, Japan, Denmark, and Greenland, and has work in private and public collections in the US, UK, and the Netherlands.