Kirk Diamond

Assistant Professor, School of Landscape Architecture and Planning

Kirk Dimond, LEED AP is an assistant professor of landscape architecture and teaches graduate-level design studios, and site engineering (grading and stormwater management) and construction. His research involves landscape performance by evaluating social and ecological synergies and tradeoffs in design decisions relating to ecology, energy, and water. Kirk is currently working on integrating solar PV into the urban landscape through exploration of land use colocation, such as agrivoltaics and other strategies.


  • MS, Landscape Architecture, Penn State University, 2011