Hope H. Hasbrouck teaches graduate level design studios and lecture courses in Landscape Architecture. Her teaching spans from the core curriculum to advanced seminars and design studios. Her work outside of the studio is a multifaceted exploration of landscape representation.
Prof. Hasbrouck actively serves her University, School, Program and City. She was formerly the Graduate Adviser in Landscape Architecture and the Chair of the Lectures and Exhibitions Committee for the School of Architecture. Prof. Hasbrouck is the Secretary of the Austin Design Commission where she and her colleagues are developing new Infrastructure Design Guidelines for the City of Austin. Prof. Hasbrouck has served as joint project coordinator for “Creek Show” an interdisciplinary team of designers and artists illuminating Austin’s Waller Creek in advance of the broad sweeping project that will restore 28 acres of creek space in downtown Austin, Texas.
Prof. Hasbrouck was named one of “The 25 Most Admired Educators” by DesignIntelligence in 2012. In 2008 she was the recipient of the Garden Club of America Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture. Her project, "Interpreting Cultural Landscape through Prospect and Passage" sought to inventory the devices of interpretation for the reading of cultural sites and territories. Ms. Hasbrouck has received the School of Architecture Outstanding Teacher Award [studio] and the School of Architecture Outstanding Service Award. Collaboratively in 2001, she published Landscape Modeling: Digital Techniques for Landscape Visualization, which received a merit award from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Prior to joining the faculty at The University of Texas, Prof. Hasbrouck was a member of the Faculty of Design at Harvard University. Her professional experience includes an association with Hargreaves Associates and James Stewart Polshek and Partners, now ENNEAD Architects in New York. Between 2002 to 2004 she consulted for the interdisciplinary firm of Crosby, Schlessinger, Smallridge in Boston, Massachusetts, on the visualization of the North End Parks, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston, Massachusetts.
- Bachelor of Arts, Washington University in Saint Louis
- MARCH, University of Virginia
- MLA, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
- Studies in Landscape Representation