- MA, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS; LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
- BS, AMERICAN UNIV; ECON
- Other, Butler University;
I was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where the fuel was made for the atomic bombs used in World War II and the effects of nuclear energy, TVA and coal mining were an everyday childhood experience, all of which have contributed to making me a wind energy supporter and enthusiast. I have a BS in Economics from American University in Washington D.C. (1977), a Master’s in Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois, Champaign – Urbana (1983) and have been in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Colorado State University since 1987.
Hobbs, Elizabeth, THE ROLE OF VISUAL IMAGES IN THE PLANNING/DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR THREE WIND FARMS IN COLORADO: CASE STUDIES-TWO BUILT, ONE DENIED
Hobbs, Elizabeth, (2012) "Visual Impact and Wind Farm Development in Colorado: Three Case studies" Council of Educator for Landscape Architect (CELA) Proceedings 2011-2012 University of Illinois, Champaign - Urbana March 30 - April 2
Hobbs, Elizabeth, (2011) "Research Methods Used for : Best Practice Guidelines for Visual Impact Assessment in the State of Colorado" Council of Educator for Landscape Architect (CELA) Proceedings 2010-2011, Urban Nature CELA 2011 University of Southern California, Los Angeles,CA, March 30 - April 2, Publication of proceedings pending
Hobbs, , (2010) "The Role of the Landscape Architect in the Wind Farm Site Selection Process, Best Practices" Council of Educator for Landscape Architect (CELA) Proceedings- Landscape Legacy: Landscape Architecture, Planning Between Art, Science Maastricht, The Netherlands, May
Hobbs, Elizabeth, (2006) "Permaculture: Origins, philosophy and goals" 41 4 933–933
Hughes, Harrison G, Hobbs, Elizabeth, Newman, Steven E, Klett, James E, Koski, Anthony James, (2005) (150) Outcome Assessment of Resident Instruction: The Colorado State University Experience HortScience 40 4 1045–1045
Mogen, , (2005) "Living in the Rocky Mountain West, 2025" Colorado Institute of Public Policy: Colorado State University
Hobbs, Elizabeth, (1997) "Exploring Maya Sites in Search of Design Guidelines" Council of Educators for Landscape Architects (CELA) 1997 Building Toward Diversity.
Hobbs, Elizabeth, Strategies for Teaching Computer-Aided Design in Landscape Horticulture NACTA Journal Vol.XXXVII no.1 p. 28-29
Mogen, , (1990) "Feng-shui: 'Wind and Water', an Ancient Chinese Landscape Design Art" Selected Works: Council of Educators for Landscape Architects 1990