Summer Internship Program
In 2009, Dumbarton Oaks revived a program summer internships for landscape architecture students that had existed at the institution between the mid-1950s and the early 1970s. Students work half-time in the gardens learning planting design, maintenance, and historic garden conservation with garden staff, and half-days on research projects under the supervision of the Director of Garden and Landscape Studies. Additional information on the internships can be found here.
Rosabella Alvarez-Calderon, Harvard University, "Frameyard Excavation Report"
Kate Hayes, University of Virginia, "Wild Washington"
Matthew O'Donnell, Northern Virginia Community College, "GIS tree database for the non-public areas of Dumbarton Oaks/ Pollinator survey"
Siobhan Aitchison, Harvard University, “Frame Yards that influenced Beatrix Farrand”
Alexis DelVecchio, Harvard University, “Enhancing the historical component of the Dumbarton Oaks geo-database while making the collected information accessible to a wider audience”
Melissa Elliott, University of Virginia, “Visualizing Beatrix Farrand's Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks”
Anna Lawrence, University of Minnesota, “The Supplemental Kitchen Garden: Examining Historic Medicinal Gardens and Envisioning their Framework within Dumbarton Oaks”
Sara Altman, University of Virginia, “Uncovering Hidden Walks in Dumbarton Oaks Gardens and Dumbarton Oaks Park”
Nancy Seaton, Harvard University, “Scientific forest management practices in early twentieth century America”
David Wooden, University of Virginia, “Mapping the trees at Dumbarton Oaks in GIS”
Emily Bonifaci, Harvard University, "Securityscape: Implications of Security Design on Public Landscapes in Washington, DC"
Emily Rogers, University of Virginia, "Kitchen Gardens: 1922-2009"
Justin Scherma, Harvard University, "The Dumbarton Oaks Geographic Information System"
GIS Advisor to Dumbarton Oaks
Paul Cote, Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Data Model for a Managed Landscape