Fellow of the American Academy in Rome in Landscape Architecture (1983); Fellow, American Society of Landscape Architects (2005); Coordinator, Landscape Architecture Program (since 2001); Member of the Historic Preservation Committee (since 1995); Affiliate Faculty in the Department of American Studies (since 1995) and the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (since 1996); Lilly-CTE Fellowship (2000). Jack Sullivan, ASLA, Landscape Architect, Takoma Park, MD (1997-present). Site planning and design consultant for institutional master plans, private gardens, and public parks in the DC Metro area. Summer Study Abroad, Kiplin Hall, North Yorkshire, England (1998, 2000, 2002, and 2004), Graduate Program in Historic Preservation and the Landscape Architecture Program. Courses in landscape and architecture history, visual assessment, and design for historic sites. Coordinated with overseas faculty to establish a program in preservation and design at Kiplin Hall, the ancestral home of the Lords Baltimore, founders of the Maryland Colony. The Landscape Architecture Image Resource (www.lair.umd.edu). Online searchable image database for landscape architecture. Digital Tutorials for the History of Landscape Architecture. Online PowerPoint presentation that reviews images and course content from the classroom lectures. Related Articles in Refereed Journals and Proceedings: Sullivan, Jack (2005) Pedagogy and Open Space: A Design for Learning In: Proceedings of the Open Space: People Space Conference, an International Conference on Inclusive Environments, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland. Sullivan, Jack (2002). Knowing Stone. Landscape Design; Journal of the Landscape Institute. Issue 13, September 2002. Landscape Design Trust, Reigate, Surrey, UK. Sullivan, Jack (2001). Duncombe Park, In: Encyclopedia of Garden and Landscape History, The Chicago Botanical Society, Fitzroy-Osborn Publishers.
Landscape studies, garden history and design, urban landscapes, land conservation, and landscape preservation and restoration in England and Italy.