Linda Chamorro is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture + Environmental and Urban Design at Florida International University. She is a 2021-2022 Landscape Architecture Foundation Fellow for Leadership and Innovation, a 2021-2022 Miami Studies Fellow with the Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and a 2019 recipient of an Ellies Creator Award with Oolite Arts. Her landscape and art practice is focused on the relationship between art, ecology, public space, and the human-nature relationship. Her current research examines landscape making and practice across Latin America and within Latina, Latino, and Latinx culture. Through a collaborative research process, she is working to introduce a new lexicon for the discipline of landscape architecture informed by non-western perspectives. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art and Photography from Bard College at Simon’s Rock in 2003 and a Master in Landscape Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 2010. She teaches graduate-level landscape architecture studios and seminars for students preparing for their master’s thesis projects. Her students have been the recipients of numerous local and national awards for their scholarship and design.