Michael Seymour

Michael Seymour

Director, Center for Teaching and Learning

Phone: 662-325-7897

Mailing Address:
Box 9725
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Office: LA Facility, Suite C118
845-3 Stone Blvd.
  • M.L.A., Louisiana State University
  • B.F.A., Centenary College of Louisiana

  • LA 1423 History of Landscape Architecture
  • LA 3623 Urban Planning
  • LA 8333 Design Studio III: Habitat
  • LA 8731 Seminar in Community Based Planning
  • FYE 1001 True Maroon First Year Seminar

Professional Experience:
  • Project Manager, Lucido and Associates, Stuart, FL
  • Project Designer, Lucido and Associates, Stuart, FL
  • Arts District Director, Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Society Membership:
  • Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society
  • Mississippi Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects

  • Landscape Architect, State of Mississippi, No. 470


Li, C., M. W. Seymour. 2019. Children's perceptions of neighbourhood environments for walking and outdoor play. Landscape Research 44(4):430-443. Download
Seymour, M. W., P. R. Summerlin. 2018. Evidence and deception: A historic photo-analysis method for landscape studies. Landscape Journal 36(2):91-109. Download
Seymour, M. W., P. R. Summerlin. 2018. The usefulness and meaning of rural greenways: User experience at the Tanglefoot Trail in Northeast Mississippi. Landscape Research Record 7:190-199. Download
Seymour, M. W. 2017. Walkable Mississippi: Introduction to walking and walkability issues. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 3110. Download
Seymour, M. W. 2016. A guide to historic and cultural landscape preservation approaches. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 2987. Download
Seymour, M., W. 2016. Landscape design for homes of the Late Victorian Era (1860-1900). Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 2992. Download
Seymour, M., M. Powers. 2015. Creativity, costs and connections: Recruiting the beginning design student. Proceedings of the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student.
Gallo, W.C., M. Seymour. 2014. Environmental considerations of green school grounds. Pages 129-142 in Marketing the Green School: Form, Function and the Future. IGI Global Publishing
Seymour, M., A. Rogers. 2014. Courthouse squares and the virtues of old urbanism. The International Journal of Architectonic, Spatial and Environmental Design 7(4):1-17. Download
Seymour, M., D. Seymour. 2014. Are two professors better than one? Student and faculty perceptions of co-teaching. International Journal of Learning 20:39-52.
Seymour, M., J. Walker. 2011. CityPlace and the Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Placemaking. The International Journal of the Constructed Environment 1(3): 19-35. Download
Schauwecker, T.J., J.B. Walker, C.T. Fulford, M. Seymour. 2010. The water looks clean: Public perception of water quality and stormwater design techniques in Mississippi and Alabama. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
Seymour, M. 2010. Practice makes practitioner: The role of peer and self evaluations in design education. Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal 4(5):43-52. Download
Seymour, M., S. Chance. 2010. Assessment formats: Student preferences and perceptions, The International Journal of Learning 17(10):137-154.
Walker, J.B., C.T. Fulford, M. Seymour, T.J. Schauwecker. 2010. Is that visually desirable? A perception study of stormwater management facilities. Pages 60-61 in Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture.
Seymour, M. 2009. E-History: The role of virtual globe models and classroom communication systems in active learning. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), Pages 25-32.
Seymour, M., J. Murdock, M. Levy. 2008. Beginning design students’ perception of design evaluation techniques. Proceedings of the 24th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student.
Walker, J.B., M. Seymour. 2008. Utilizing the design charrette for teaching sustainability. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 9(2):157-169. Download