|ASLA Board Amends International Membership Qualifications|
Full Membership Criteria Stand
At this spring's midyear meeting of the ASLA Board of Trustees, following a year of research and discussion at the national and local levels, the board took action on two membership qualifications issues.The first action changes the international membership determining criteria from place of residence to country in which a landscape architecture degree was earned or in which the individual is permitted to practice. A related second motion opens the honor and privilege of Fellows eligibility to International Members, including the use of the FASLA designation.
The second action maintains the current criteria for full membership as ASLA explores, in consultation with the Council of Landscape Architectural Registrations Boards (CLARB), adopting a universal designation for licensure.
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