Shruti Dixit has two decades of professional experience in master planning and landscape architecture around the world. She has worked on a wide range of projects of various scales, which have included hospitality and resort design, public parks, townships, institutional campuses, and historic landscapes. For the last decade, in addition to other work, she has immensely enjoyed teaching LARCH 60 (online), a general education course offered through the Department of Landscape Architecture that traces the evolution of the built environment over time and space.
Dixit holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture in India and a master’s degree in landscape architecture from Penn State, where her work was recognized by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
In addition to teaching, she enjoys creating places meaningful to the people who use them and believes designers and planners can be active agents in positively impacting society through the quality of the places they help create.