Julieta Trevino Sherk, PLA, ASLA
Professor Sherk is a professional landscape architect and an professor teaching landscape design at the NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, in the Department of Horticultural Science and is an faculty in the Landscape Architecture department at the College of Design where she teaches during summer sessions.
Landscape Design & Architecture Courses
- HS 252 Landscape Graphic Communications
- HS 357 Site Design and Construction Grading and Drainage
- HS 401 Landscape Construction Studio
- HS 418 Introduction to Digital Media
- HS 495 Social Cultural Factors and Community Design in Mexico
- LAR 582–001 Plants in the Landscape
- LAR 582-001 Projects
- LAR 582–002 Planting Design Workshop
Three Community Design Projects in Tilaco, Mexico
AR30-022, Spring 2018, Construction of Three Community Design Projects, Tilaco, Mexico, resulted in built landscape projects. Three co-construction projects were built with the community, including a community garden/workshop space, an improvement to the public library entrance, and improved seating at the central square.
Kilgore Hall Raingardens
HS 272 Fall, Kilgore Hall Raingardens class consists of the development of design and construction projects, which incorporate the entire design process culminating with a complete set of construction documents, cost predictions, and built projects. Students met with University leaders to identify guiding principles form Campus Capacity and Assessment Study.
Carolina Campus Community Garden Raingarden
LAR 524, 2019, Carolina Campus Community Garden Raingarden Design and Phase 1 build, Chapel Hill, NC. The Carolina Campus Community Garden (CCCG) is a program of the North Carolina Botanical Garden where they grow vegetables and fruit so that all UNC employees have access to fresh, sustainably grown produce. This is made possible through the shared efforts of staff, students, faculty, and local residents. The garden serves as a learning community for developing gardening skills, healthy living, social responsibility, and interdisciplinary academic pursuits.