Liyu Pan

Liyu Pan

New York, NY, US




Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Teaching assistant

• Assisting Professor Brian Davis in Class: Site Construction (LA6180).
• Course material preperation and assisting students with their acedemic works.

Jan 2015 - current

WXY Architecture + Urban Design, New York, NY, US, Urban design intern

• Site analysis, inventory and precedent studies in Brooklyn Strand projec, New York
• Graphic devlopment and community engagement design in East Lansing project, Michigan.

Sep 2014 - Dec 2014

AECOM, Taipei, TW, landscape architecture intern

• Working on Sanya flower valley project, collaborated with AECOM Hong- Kong office to developed site
analysis diagrams and renderings.
• In charge of the concept design and planting design of the scenic path.
• Developed enclose strategies of the site by using various of solutions.

Jul 2014 - Aug 2014

Taipei Florist, Taipei, TW, Assistant designer

• Flower arrangements and design
• Event / Wedding planing
• Customer relationship management

Dec 2011 - Jun 2012

Taiwan floriculture development association, Taipei, Administrative assistant

• Photography and promotional design during the Taipei International Flora Expo
• Administrative coordinator
• Exhibitions planning and coordination in the Expo Dome during the Taipei International Flora Expo

Aug 2010 - Jun 2011


Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Masters, Master of landscape architecture

• Degree: Master of Landscape Architecture(MLA) GPA 3.93, Student ASLA,
• Cornell AAP Urban design program in NYC(Aug 2014-Dec 2014)
• Competition Experiences: 2014 ULI Competition / 2014 Ed Bacon Competition / 2013 ENYA Competition • Key Course: Site Construction A+/ Site Engineering A / Woody plants identification A+/
Land use planning workshop A

Aug 2012 - current

National Chengchi University, Taipei, TW, Bachelors, European literature and languages

• Degree: Bachelor of Arts GPA 3.82
Major: European Language and Literature, German Minor: International Relation

Sep 2006 - Jun 2011



ASLA student honor award, Award


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